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Weiner’s roast hasn’t ended. Questions surround congressman’s story over lewd pic on Twitter.

Weiner’s roast hasn’t ended. Questions surround congressman’s story over lewd pic on Twitter.

Weinergate, indeed. After Anthony Weiner, the brash congressman from Brooklyn and Queens who’s a wannabe mayor of New York, tried to joke away Friday’s posting of a lewd photo on his Twitter…

Headless woman

Headless woman

One of my kids asked me the other day why the NY Post — which we have home-delivered, so they see it over breakfast — had used a celebrity photo…

Paywall rises

Rupert Murdoch’s dropped his other shoe. After months of ranting about how the internet’s been stealing his lunch, come June his Times and Sunday Times newspapers will be the first…

‘Curse of Joe Biden’ … or editors stuck in their sophomore year

‘Curse of Joe Biden’ … or editors stuck in their sophomore year

Vice President Biden’s barely audible use of the “F” word was newsworthy, made-for-the-Internet flash. But front page play in four of New York’s five newspapers?!? New York media’s fixation with…

VP Biden drops an ‘F bomb’

VP Biden drops an ‘F bomb’

We’ll wrap up this day — which Coney Media began with homemade sex tapes, followed by a F—ing road sign that cursed a real-estate developer — with Vice President Biden’s joyful,…

Consider this: Tens of thousands of your readers drive by a sign bearing an unarguably obscene word. The bloggers run it. How about you? [Multiple updates]

Consider this: Tens of thousands of your readers drive by a sign bearing an unarguably obscene word. The bloggers run it. How about you? [Multiple updates]

If you’re the NY Times (UPDATE: or even the NY Post!), you edit the photo. The scene is near the controversial Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn, NY (planned future home…

Subway tragedy: Everything changed in a New York minute

Subway tragedy: Everything changed in a New York minute

A woman going about her work-a-day routine dropped her gym bag onto a subway track at the start of Thursday night’s rush hour. Then she did what every New Yorker…

Reader sensibilities: Just how considerate should an editor be?

Reader sensibilities: Just how considerate should an editor be?

When what you publish is likely to really piss people off — and let’s define “people” as your average work-a-day readers, not powerful politicians, rich developers or prized advertisers —…