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Neil McIntosh (born 16 February 1974  in Glasgow, Scotland)  is a British journalist working for the Wall Street Journal, where he is Editor of Europe.WSJ.com. The site launched on 9 February 2009. Previously he was head of editorial development at Guardian Unlimited, The Guardian newspaper's website.
An early advocate of blogging in journalism, he was once dubbed Britain’s ‘Godfather of Blog’ after introducing Online Blog to the Guardian, with Jack Schofield and Victor Keegan in 2001, before being promoted to assistant editor of Guardian Unlimited in 2004. He set up a large network of weblogs for the Guardian, including Comment is free, and later established audio and video services for the site.
- McIntosh, Neil (2002) "Cyber Crime". Heinemann. (ISBN 0-431-16144-5).
- As contributor, (2005) "2005: Blogged" Friday (ISBN 0-9548318-3-7).
- http://europe.WSJ.com "Wall Street Journal" - Europe.WSJ.com
- http://blogs.guardian.co.uk Guardian Unlimited blogs
- http://www.guardian.co.uk/podcasts Guardian Unlimited podcasts
- Guardian articles by Neil McIntosh
- http://www.completetosh.com Completetosh personal blog by Neil McIntosh
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