Giving credit where credit is due - Blog
If there is one thing that was drilled into my head in the last 8 years of my education, first in high school and then University, it is to always cite your sources. No matter if they are actually quoted from or not, if you used a source while researching something, cite it. Like so much of what I have learned at University however, that's simply not the way it works in the real world. Case in point, a recent article on podcasting titled "Podcasting at a business near you". It was written by Alex Dobrota, and published in the Globe and Mail on July 6th. Here's an excerpt from the beginning: Podcasting, which involves the distribution of personalized audio or video clips over the Internet to computers, laptops or digital audio players such as iPods, is becoming a new medium of communication in the corporate world. It's being used to replace internal memos, blogs, e-mails and even trade shows. The up-and-coming technology is cost-efficient -- in some cases, it requires little more than