Blog posts about the BostonGlobe.com announcement

by Andy Boyle.

As I thought it’d be neato to once keep track of everything people are writing about a project I’m somewhat involved in, here’s a spreadsheet of all the posts people have written so far about the launch of BostonGlobe.com.

I’m trying to keep track of the number of words per post as well as whether or not did any interviews for their piece.


If you see any I’m missing, feel free to post them in the comments.

5 comments on ‘Blog posts about the BostonGlobe.com announcement’

  1. I’d love to hear a synthesis of your data after you’re done collecting.

  2. Andy Boyle says:

    I plan on it. Waiting for a few more days to let all the posts percolate.

  3. Not to be picky, but “didn’t quote anybody” doesn’t mean the same thing as “didn’t interview anyone.” I talked to around 10 people at the Globe for my piece, even if I didn’t run their words as quotes.

  4. Andy Boyle says:

    Very good comment, Joshua. I hadn’t thought of that. But still, this is based on what I can figure out by merely reading the pieces.

    It was more an attempt to distinguish between someone rehashing and linking to another person’s work (or to the Globe itself) and sites that did their own original reporting. I’ll be sure to include your comments when I write a post analyzing the stories I found. Thanks.

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