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entertainment 2.0

Everyone's always been a critic -- but the Net makes their voices count

By Scott Kirsner
Globe Columnist / April 30, 2006

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Roger Ebert may be endangered, Entertainment Weekly on its way to extinction. Have you noticed how many no-name critics are suddenly serving up pithy opinions about movies, books, music, and video games on the Net? (Full article: 1171 words)

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