My dad was in town for a conference last week and so we went down to New Haven to see my sister for a few hours, where most of the […]
The Pulitzer Prize is the shining medallion for journalists, one that is revered, flaunted, and used to prove one’s contribution to the industry. Yet it is only about America. In […]
I love print. I’m sensitive to the paper- the texture, the weight, the smell. Did you know that thinner paper is more expensive to print than the 100g glossy ones? […]
It’s great that the market has a kind of bottoms-up thing where shareholders have a say in the management, but I think that more often than naught it’s the shareholders […]
His screen name was Minerva, and he wrote on Agora, an online forum hosted by Daum, one of Korea’s top Internet portals. In September last year, he predicted that the […]
For the new year I feel obliged to write about something semi-serious, or rather something professional, something other than superficial things like astrology or shopping, both of which have important […]
The final report of Media Re:public, a MacArthur-funded project assessing the state of news in the digital era is now out and downloadable through the Berkman website. I posted a […]
A fabulous post on the LA Times’ Culture Monster blog (a terrific blog) on ironic connection between journalism and architecture– talking about the NY Times’ Piano bldg.