Tag Archives: Journalism

Folders Are Our Friend

by Dan Ward When I saw the stories about Kris Kobach and his proposed plan as a potential leader of the Department of Homeland Security, my first tho... Read More »

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Who Will Run the Last Story?

by Roger Pynn As I read this article from The New York Times about the malaise of the newspaper industry, I had to wonder which paper will run the ... Read More »

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Pump the Brakes on Digital

by Kacie Escobar “Not so fast,” implies a recent Pew Research Center report, which pumps the brakes on the communications industry’s rapid ... Read More »

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Alt-What?

by Roger Pynn Until a week ago, if someone mentioned “alt-right” most people would have thought it was some new keyboard shortcut.  We could o... Read More »

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Research is Useless if You Ask the Wrong Questions

by Dan Ward Thanks to James Taranto of The Wall Street Journal for highlighting this tweet from Bloomberg national political reporter, Sahil Kapur:... Read More »

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