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Pay For Performance... In The Blogosphere

Pay for performance is everywhere, these days. Once compensated purely based on how many posts they wrote, some bloggers are now being paid according to how many viewers and comments their posts generate, according to this in-depth New York Magazine article (Everybody Sucks). How's that for pay for performance?

Meanwhile, the Citizens' Commission on Civil Rights released a
new report on PFP last week, focusing on a handful of districts doing it collaboratively. It's not so bad, they say. Check it out.
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