Amazing journalism. A must read piece. →
mrdirkadirka: This is probably the saddest, yet well written pieces I’ve ever read. I hope to be able to produce something close to this caliber someday. Rocked me to the core. Long, but definitely worth the read.
So about that Google+ thing...
Is Google+ the higher education of social networking? That’s the thought that came to me tonight as I logged on to my Google+ account. I stared at my newsfeed stream for a few minutes when I noticed something. Barring a few exceptions, a lot of the people I follow circle(?) are posting to Google+ ways the site can be used, what it’s good for, what makes it great. That got me...
Sun Media ditches press council, citing issues... →
What it really comes down to, I think, is that he was in a hurry and didn’t want...– Max Fawcett in response to Kai Nagata’s Why I Quit My Job blog post.
It’s a vicious cycle, and it creates things like the Kate and Will show....– 24-year-old Kai Nagata, who was CTV’s Quebec City Bureau Chief up until last Thursday when he quit. He posted a 3,000-word explanation as to why he on his blog yesterday. (A follow up post his here.)
If you happen to be reading this article online, you’ll notice that right...– From Neil Strauss’ article “The Insidious Evils of ‘Like’ Culture” in The Wall Street Journal. And yes, I’m aware how ironic it is that I am sharing that article with you, but he makes some good points. So go read it, just don’t like it.
Why can't journalists spell? →
That’s the question 23-year-old Danielle Ryan asked in a recent blog post of hers, quoting an article in the Irish Times: It is a sad day when journalism schools need to teach basic English grammar and spelling. “When we talk about declining literary standards … what I mean is that in the context of everybody having a B in honours English, which is a high standard, there is a...
Cameraman live-tweets the ITV Evening News
Interesting use of a Storify post if I ever saw one. itvnews: