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Marni Soupcoff: Newspapers earn their keep

Sometimes it’s hard to know what to make of the conventional wisdom. It has been the conventional wisdom, for quite some time now, that newspapers are on their way out. 844 more words

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Cryptic crossword clue of the day 04/15/14

From Arachne in the Guardian:

31 Vatican report “entirely groundless” (4,3)

Answer below the fold.

31 Vatican report “entirely groundless” (4,3)

Answer: Holy See = “Vatican” 

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Heroes and Villains

Back when I first wrote about Edward Snowden, there was no way anyone could have foreseen what could or would happen in the revelations he gave journalists. 372 more words

The Repackaging of Patrick Seale

A great deal has been written about the decline of journalism and with good cause. News reporting — ideally meant to inform neutrally — has morphed into a means of indoctrination instead. 822 more words

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Pulitzer Prizes: Publishing’s big night

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced yesterday with big winners being Donna Tartt gaining the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with her novel, ‘The Goldfinch’ and The Guardian US and The Washington Post winning the prize for Public Service for their coverage on the surveillance carried out by the US National Security Agency. 336 more words

Guardian, Washington Post share Pulitzer Prize for NSA spying coverage

Guardian, Washington Post share Pulitzer Prize for NSA spying coverage