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Marshall Kirkpatrick, ReadWriteWeb

Marshall Kirkpatrick, Lead Writer
ReadWriteWeb
December 2008

One of the savviest reporters in the world of Web 2.0, is Marshall Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick has unmatched expertise in microblogging, video and other emerging storytelling tools. Reporters at mainstream media outlets track this guy and follow the trends he spots.

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Marshall Kirkpatrick, ReadWriteWeb

Marshall Kirkpatrick, blogger,
October 2007
 
Read/WriteWeb has been around for three or four years, founded by Richard MacManus. Now it’s in the top #20 most linked to blogs on the net (Technorati) with 130,000 subscribers via RSS and email. Says Marshall: Read/WriteWeb also “has a reputation as one of the most thoughtful and in-depth of the leading 2.0 technology review blogs.” The full staff is 12 to 14 contributors from all over the world, with a handful of in Silicon Valley, and Marshall and Josh Catone at the lead.
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