VillageVoice.com The contract, which has yet to be approved by members, calls for a 17-month salary freeze, after which a minimum increase of 2 percent will be applied in each of the next three…
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NPR.org They’re more conversational and not as cumbersome to say on air as “abortion rights activists” or “abortion opponents,” say NPR editors. Ombud Alicia Shepard writes: “The problem with…
NPR.org “Especially because I can’t reproduce William Safire's very distinctive voice,” says Ben Zimmer. “I’ll put my own stamp on [the New York Times Magazine column]. I’ll come at it in some…
Poynter Online - The Biz Blog Under the Audit Bureau of Circulation rule changes, newspapers are likely to report a higher total than they would have under the old rules — and are certain to have…
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New York PostPamela Fiori — one of the longest-serving chief editors at Hearst — has tried to shed T&C’s image as a magazine for the older, elitist Social Register set, reports Keith J. Kelly,…
Think I’m going to drop certain keywords inappropriately & out of context to see how many followers connected to those words I pick up.
Cincinnati City Beat The apology, which ran on Page A-13 in Thursday’s paper, stated: “Yesterday we ran an advertisement paid for by the Committee to Rethink Reform that featured a photograph of…
I’ve been to Muncie. I would totally get a timeshare in Muncie.
It’s OK to smother someone w/a moldy pillow if she says the Crazy Eight is a round of the NCAA tournament. Then it’s OK to pee on the body.
Something about seeing Lee Majors on network TV that assures me every bad thing in my life — nay, the world — is going to be OK.
Looks like I’m watching Hulu tomorrow.
At least I have you, season finale of ARCHER. You haven’t disappointed me w/your baby hands choking me.
Check out @gizmodo’s great weekly series on memory & data. Some really great articles here. http://bit.ly/bf4Sgs
Fuck me! OFFICE & 30 ROCK were not saved on DVR. Stupid BREAKING BAD recordings & catching up on CAPRICA!
Visible quantum superposition. Welcome to the 21st century. http://bit.ly/blqJko (via @warrenellis)
They tried this w/men, but the color always stayed the same. http://bit.ly/djzL2D)
My upset bracket is looking good. Of course, it’s also the bracket that doesn’t have Kansas reaching the championship game.
Still feel like someone scooped out my innards and filled me w/syrup.
Ah, March. It’s that time of year you cheer for universities you’d never actually ever want to attend.
Hey, Twittersphere! Where are the heartfelt remembrances for Fess Parker? You bunch of hipster poseurs make me want to puke!
From: Nancy Conway Date: March 18, 2010 1:51:06 PM MDT
I am sorry to have to tell you that budget considerations make it necessary to cut the…
> Aspen news editor suspended after police incident > SF Chronicle pharm party story called “worst ever” > Toyota wants retraction, apology from ABC News > High school journalists…
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Miller-McCune.com Between 1986 to 1994, an average of 34% of the magazines failed within five years, according to College of Saint Rose librarian Steve Black, while the percentage rose to 54%…
Associated Press It now reads, in part, “At the time of its release, this photo was identified as dead and wounded being carried by fellow prisoners during the Bataan Death March in April 1942….
phillymag.com “The papers with the big problems are the metropolitan dailies,” says Dan Robrish, who worked for the AP for nearly a dozen years before launching the Elizabethtown Advocate. “Here,…
Politico.comJeff Zeleny becomes lead day-by-day political reporter, Jim Rutenberg joins the political team in an investigative capacity, and Matt Bai becomes a political columnist.
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LAObserved.comRandy Michaels tells his employees that a week after ordering WGN radio on-air staff to stop using 119 words and phrases.
Las Vegas Sun In its lawsuit against the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), the Review-Journal alleges that “NORML copied, on an unauthorized basis, the literary work…
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Newsonomics.com | Fwix release “Further, it tells us that national papers increasingly are becoming more competitive with local ones,” writes Ken Doctor. Fwix provides a round-up of the best…
I’m just saying.
I’m especially amazed at the balls on this guy considering he’s clearly an ugly drag queen.
What a smelly pirate hooker,
Yeah, I’m that guy,
In honor of Alex Chilton. And no, it’s not The Replacements. ♫ http://blip.fm/~n2j5p
Should one honor Alex Chilton by playing a song by him? Or by playing The Replacements? The masses need to decide!
A novel way to interface with your devices, Skinput:
I can’t see this getting mass adoption; as some people have already commented, you’d…
To Age or Not to Age profiles the science of aging, it also addresses some of the moral, religious, practical and economic implications of increased, lifespan. Who will have access to the…
The TED Talk that blew everyone away this year; not only have they figured out how to induce a form of suspended animation in humans, it’s already in clinical trials!
I’m always running here and there,
Yesterday, a ton of news outlets picked up the story of Donna Simpson. Click here to learn more.
The short of the story is this: Donna Simpson is currently the world’s 43rd heaviest woman at…
NYTimes.com Media DecoderBill Carter reports negotiations are close enough to completion that an announcement about Christiane Amanpour hosting “This Week” may be made as early as tomorrow. > If Amanpour goes to ABC News, will “This Week” leave DC?