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“We must accept that the beautifully written 10,000-word piece will only reach certain kinds of audiences — those most willing to sit at a desktop and take the time necessary to read it.” Sumi Aggarwal
“We’re growing and learning, but the core of what we do is this really supported experiential learning.”
“When you diamond-mine, you basically mess up the resource if you go for the best stuff first.”
The Belgian investigative news site Apache is a co-op, counting on its shareholders and subscribers — who are often the same people.
“You can’t stop these guys from getting rich as hell and doing things, but I can at least have a marker laid out there in the cyber world saying: Hey, take a hard look.”
“We have a role that is almost like an NGO. We build and open databases, break with the exclusivist paradigm — we even train competitors!”