Slate's birthday symposium.

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June 26 2006 11:51 AM

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The Slate birthday symposium.

Click here to play or download audio * of Slate's birthday symposium "Online Media and the Future of Journalism,"  or click here to find all of Slate's recent podcasts.

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Malcolm Gladwell, Arianna Huffington, Michael Kinsley, Norman Pearlstine, Jacob Weisberg. That's the panel we gathered at the New York Public Library last week to fete ourselves on Slate's 10th anniversary. Their discussion about online media elevated blood pressures and, we hope, understanding of where the print media are heading over the next 10 years.

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The symposium was co-sponsored by Slate, the New York Public Library, and the Dorothy & Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers.

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