Thursday, January 05, 2006

The New Yorker talks about Skype

Small piece on how some US college journalists are using Skype to interview people in Iraq.

"“We thought we were at a disadvantage not being on the ground in Iraq,” Eva Barboni, a junior poli-sci major, said. “But when you hear from reporters there that they can’t even leave their hotels you start to think.” The sound quality afforded by Skype, it turns out, is often better than what can be achieved over the weak landlines in the Green Zone."


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