Dan Gillmor notes, and offers a quick introduction to, a couple of noteworthy developments at the New York Times.
The most important by far is the decision to link and aggregate aggressively, including "links to coverage in other media — including bloggers and direct competitors."
Surely it's clear by now that our role as information curators mandates linking and aggregation. We've done some, but not enough. The good news is that it's getting easier to do; and that's the bad news too, of course, since it means others can do it to.