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A response to “Liberals Need to Take Their Fingers Out of Their Ears”

Dear Mr. Edsall, Please forgive me if the salutation is too formal. I was brought up in the South to say “yes, sir” and “no, ma’am,” and while I have modernized a bit depending on context, I felt it appropriate … Continue reading

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To interview or not to interview a Nazi

You probably know this by now: The New York Times ran a story on a … white nationalist? Nazi? They were accused of “normalizing” Nazis, prompting a thoughtful response from the editor and a strange, defensive response from the reporter, who seemed … Continue reading

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The leaked New York Times innovation report is one of the key documents of this media age » Nieman Journalism Lab

I’m not as excited about this NYT “innovation report” as Nieman Labs, but one thing really hit close to home: Why they leave: They asked 5 people who worked on digital for the Times what led them to leave — … Continue reading

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Update to My Previous Post on Truth Vigilantes | The Public Editor – NYTimes.com

NYTimes public editor (others call that job “ombudsman”) Arthur Brisbane attempts to remove his foot from his mouth: A large majority of respondents weighed in with, yes, you moron, The Times should check facts and print the truth. That was … Continue reading

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