Monthly Archives: July 2009

Yes, Virginia, the Web Has Changed the Way Newspapers Operate

It seems that almost daily I’m coming across articles, blogs, musings pertaining to outdated thinking from newspaper folk. In an article that was widely tweeted today, Jonathan Landman, the deputy managing editor for the New York Times was quoted as … Continue reading

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Blogging About Joan, the Broken Foot

Any student in the UMass journalism program who has taken a class with me knows I’m a big believer in blogs.  Last year, students in the freshman seminar started up their own blogs.  If a student has a great idea … Continue reading

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