Monthly Archives: November 2010
You can blame imagination. You can blame it for missing that key lecture point in class because you were doodling. You can blame the lack of it for the downfall of just about any business, including the journalism industry. One … Continue reading
I spent nearly 2.5 hours with a local band last week. The guys were great, naturally had several fantastic (but unpublishable) stories, and I ended with pages upon pages of notes. Good stuff. Turns out the lead singer is originally … Continue reading
What is our problem? A few classes ago, I raised a concern to G.K. that it essentially doesn’t matter what new strategies and concepts people are trying so long as we don’t know journalism’s real problem. The marketing chair at … Continue reading
Have some pie, and enjoy the day of thanks. Via someecards.