Friday, April 09, 2004

Last month, the Hartford Courant discovered that Central Connecticut State University president Richard Judd had plagiarized widely for an op-ed piece he wrote for the paper. The Courant reached that conclusion with the help of iParadigms, new software originally developed to nail students for cutting and pasting term papers. Will iParadigms become a newsroom staple at other papers as well? Bob speaks with John Barrie, president and founder of the company that developed the software.

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