This article is interesting but misses the point. Saying that you can put together roses in a vase doesn't make you a florist; writing doesn't make you a journalist, and producing content doesn't make you a reporter. Journalists have specific skills that include the ability to analyze complex data, ask probing and difficult questions, understand public records and libel law and have at-the-ready sources that can help make unbiased sense of difficult issues. For years, I was among those who was vociferously against any attempt to define what a journalist is. But now, with so many "journalists" coming out of the woodwork, I've changed my mind.