Still doubting citizen journalism? Meet Dusty Trice.
|Dusty Trice with a pancake on his head|
Citizen journalism has changed politics like nothing else. Whether it's theMacaca moment
, or the Democrat who complained about everybody carrying YouTubes, the ease of publishing in the digital era has turned everyone into a potential reporter.
If you have any doubt about how much this is true, please meet Exhibit A: Dusty Trice.
The local blogger--who has a Ph.D-level understanding of self-promotion in the digital age--happened to capture some of today's most compelling video: Al Franken using reason and rationality to talk down teabaggers who confronted him at the Minnesota State Fair.
Dusty Trice, take a bow.
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