AJR profiles Adrian Holovaty

Adrian Holovaty is a rock star, according to American Journalism Review.

Holovaty is quick to say that he’s not doing anything akin to rocket science; it’s just that very few of the people who know how to do what he does are in journalism. They tend to be in the computer industry, working on Internet search engines or e-commerce sites, or even in the music industry, where the concept of “mashing” data (music and vocals from multiple songs) originated. People with Web development expertise aren’t usually drawn to news, Holovaty says, because they don’t think it’s a technologically savvy field.

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