Monthly Archives: February 2011

Poynt guard

ESPN has picked its new lead man. Its ombudsman, at least. A panel from the Poynter Institute will serve as the next ombudsman for the sports side of ABC’s media conglomerate. Seems to make as much sense as basketball upsets … Continue reading

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Red (Cross) alert

Flashback to sitting in an uncomfortable chair and trying not to break the lead in your shiny new mechanical pencil against the standardized test staring back at you. Which of the following doesn’t belong? A) CPR training B) Getting slizzard … Continue reading

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Sweep, sweep go the social media

Youth isn’t wasted on the young in the Middle East. TIME columnist Fareed Zakaria says that the old guard regimes have much to worry about in an era of youth and technology. Fleet-winged youth may dissipate, though Zakaria reports that 60 … Continue reading

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Choo-choo 4G

Infrastructure woes are not restricted to developing countries. Journalism put so much effort into printing technologies that we seemed to create a constraint for our move to online content. While we fumble with the mobile phone in our collective hand, … Continue reading

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I don’t believe in groundhogs

Or the Farmer’s Almanac. It was 75Âș yesterday, and I ate dinner outside on the Flat Branch Brewery patio. So no posts. I’m out enjoying the weather. You should be too.

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