Tag Archives: journalism

Savoring the things that matter the most

TweetAfter cranking out so many sports-and-culture posts on this blog and elsewhere in recent weeks, I’m going through some serious anxiety about whether to continue staking a claim in these debates.
Well then, anxiety is a strong word, and I hesitate to say I’ve reached the point of some kind of depression. But I’m as melancholy [...]

What I’m reading and writing, June 7

Tweet• French media consultant Frédéric Filloux was offended by an off-color ad while visiting the Huffington Post, but for more than just the obvious reasons. This reveals to him that mediocrity is king at Arianna Huffington’s media empire, which also . . . :
“. . . acknowledges that its content is, in fact, cheap. It therefore [...]

What I’m reading and writing, May 27

Tweet• I’ve rounded up some good reads on journalism at Ink-Drained Kvetch that include entrepreneurial/bootstrapping practices, upgrading skills and why a young print journalist walked out of his newsroom on his own volition to swim in the deep waters of uncertainty.
• At Atlanta Soccer News I noted the mention of a local soccer bar as [...]

What I’m reading and writing, May 12

TweetAfter some grueling writing and copywriting deadlines to meet, it’s time to play catch-up with some writers I’ve been wanting to mention here sooner:
• At Ink-Drained Kvetch, I posted today a collection of some recent links about the current state of journalism from Scott Rosenberg, a co-founder of Salon and James Fallows of The Atlantic.
The [...]

What I’m reading and writing, April 27

TweetA couple of links roundups have been posted on two of my sites while the work of researching for writing purposes goes on:
• Selected journalism/media/web finds on entrepreneurial journalism, trust and bias in the news media and adverse uses of the Web can be found at Ink-Drained Kvetch.
• The origins and future of college athletics [...]