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Where have you gone, Ed Weintrob?

Where have you gone, Ed Weintrob?

I have not posted here since Thanksgiving, and that is a serious sin in Bloggerland. I’ve been busy. Very busy. Happily busy. Yes, that’s my excuse. Among other projects, I’ve…

In 2012, the power is in our hands

In 2012, the power is in our hands

Blessings of health, happiness, work, love, understanding and conciliation, peace, prosperity, art, insight, knowledge, love of God and respect for the Earth which the Almighty’s entrusted in our care, respect…

On eve of Iowa caucuses, a look back to 2008

On eve of Iowa caucuses, a look back to 2008

Now that the last Republican debate is in the can and we’re just over two weeks away from the Iowa caucuses, let’s recall what it was like the last time…

Gersh exits Brooklyn Paper to run CUNY-NYTimes ‘Local’

Gersh exits Brooklyn Paper to run CUNY-NYTimes ‘Local’

Brooklyn Paper Editor Gersh Kuntzman may not be joining the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism staff with the rank of full professor, but in my mind he’ll always be THE…

Practical Social Media for Small Businesses … Getting Started NOW

Practical Social Media for Small Businesses … Getting Started NOW

Every small businesses should claim its place in Social Media heaven NOW — but that doesn’t mean it has to do everything all at once. Ed’s message to small business…

Doctrinaire journos, TEAR DOWN THAT WALL!

Doctrinaire journos, TEAR DOWN THAT WALL!

Jeff Jarvis and Roy Greenslade are having at it, arguing about that damn wall in our newsrooms. Greenslade (top photo) says keep it high; Jarvis (below right) says tear it down.…

Over the top at AMNewYork [Video Podcast]

Running a front page ad or promotion is one thing (done right, it can be useful to readers and profitable to publishers). But for publishers to deliberately mislead their readers…

Oh my, how the mighty Times has fallen

Oh my, how the mighty Times has fallen

Not long ago, the NY Times would toss local news leads in the trash; its staff was so stealthy in lifting stories from the city’s community weeklies that they’d rarely…