n.— «The Florida newspaper employs a fleet of so-called mobile journalists, or “mojos” as they have become known.…“The mojos have high-tech tools—ThinkPads, digital audio recorders, digital still and video cameras—but no desk, no chair, no nameplate, no land line, no office,” Post reporter Frank Ahrens wrote. “They spend their time on the road looking for stories, filing several a day for the newspaper’s Web site, and often for the print edition, too.”» —“No-edit plan is recipe for a lawsuit” by Kent Ward Bangor Daily News (Maine) Feb. 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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