1. I do think there’s a real advantage in having professional journalists who have studied the subject and who have the right kind of skepticism meter and know how to supply intelligence context — to have people like those handle documents rather than to have them just tossed into the blogosphere.

    — New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller, on whether journalists should vet material presented by whistle blowers and other sources to sites like Wikileaks, in a conversation with Terry Gross on Fresh Air.

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    bill keller

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    fresh air