Archive | January 2009
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I’m not quite sure what’s going on but in the past few days, I haven’t really been in the mood to actually think up new material to post. I’ve got one idea in mind that’s been hanging out between my ears since before I even moved. So, it’s been in the works for about three […]
As you may know, I’ve been looking at the state of journalism since I began this blog. Mainly because as a journalist, it affects me almost directly. Well, in my last post, I discussed the idea of a bailout for journalists. I’ll admit that it’s not perfect and it has its fair share of flaws […]
If you’re from Seattle, are a journalist or if you’ve read this blog in the last few days, you’ll probably know by now that the Seattle Post-Intelligencer is being sold. With that in addition to major layoffs and bankruptcies, it goes without saying that journalism–at least print journalism–is suffering. This issue has been on my mind […]
I read about it Saturday morning and I’m still in shock. I just cannot believe this is actually happening. As stated in my previous post, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer is being put up for sale. Needless to say, the news has left me–and many others–quite saddened. Not only for the city of Seattle, which could be […]
The article can bee seen here. It’s a sad, sad day for the folks back home. My heart goes out to you all. I’ll post more on this later.
“Statistically speaking, it’s damn near impossible to write a best-seller. It’s also remarkably difficult to piss off an entire town. Overachiever that I am, I managed to accomplish both feats in one fell swoop. When it comes to alienation, I’m something of a prodigy.” -Joe Goffman No statement better sums up the plot of Jonathan […]
The funniest video I’ve seen this year. Although, 2009 is only 12 and a half hours old (here in Idaho, at least), so there may be other who will take its place. But I think it’s going to be a tough one to beat. My favorite part is the accordian at the beginning and the […]