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Ugh…another article on the future of newspapers.

ShareTweet If the topic didn’t have to do with the future of their own industry, I highly doubt journalists would be writing so many damn stories about the future of newspapers (here and here and here for starters). However, being … Continue reading

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Are we all going dumb?

ShareTweet I must admit, I have a slight fear that the makers of Idiocracy have a point. With the downward spiral we’re facing in the economy, and craigslist shredding the news media’s business model, it can feel like we’re rapidly … Continue reading

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A George Bush Shoe-Throwing. This is why I love DC

ShareTweet In any other American city, running to the bank and post office during your lunch break is a mundane endeavor-not even worthy a tweet (and I’ve seen some pretty mundane tweets). But not everyone crosses in front of the … Continue reading

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With swarms of customizable news sites, NowPublic dives in

ShareTweet Like many others this week, I was a bit downhearted to see Google search‘s interactive features. Clearly it’s the way the tide is shifting, but I enjoy the clean simple look of Google search, plus I enjoy the challenge … Continue reading

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the online masses correcting big business?

ShareTweet I am curious about the increasingly familiar crash of big business. Big media are falling to their knees with free advertising on craigslist.com and audience numbers dropping with widespread access to information online. Wall Street seems to be following … Continue reading

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