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Inside the meme factory: The Clintons figured this out long ago

By Christopher B. Daly

When Hilary Clinton complained back in 1995 of a “vast right-wing conspiracy” trying to bring down her husband, she was not wrong. 135 more words


SGA Elections: how much is too much truth?

This piece currently occupies pride of place amongst all the work I’ve done at WMUA this year.

It’s not the most complex, nor is it necessarily the most interesting piece. 837 more words


Getting laid off stinks, but the journalism community has made it better

I should consider myself lucky. I’ve spent 15 years in professional journalism (realizing this fact frightens me) and only now was I a casualty of a layoff. 309 more words


"Blindsided," Chapter 15

Food coma doesn’t even begin to describe my current state.

Not even a taxidermist can stuff me any fuller than I already am at this very moment. 1,955 more words


Self-Pub Authors: Creating Character Names

My latest article for Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors just went live this morning. Today’s article is Creating Character Names, which is something I’ve seen plenty of authors (myself among them) struggle with. 213 more words


Reportage Photography in the official White House photostream on Flickr

While almost never doing reportage photography myself, I’m more than happy to seek out well-seen and skillfully taken images that freeze visually interesting moments. This is why I’m a frequent visitor to the official White House photostream on Flickr. 119 more words


James Clapper Bans Intelligence Community From 'Unauthorized' Media Contacts - Matt Sledge Posted: 04/21/2014 3:29 pm EDT Updated: 04/21/2014 6:59 pm EDT

Two months after promising a new era of transparency at the nation’s intelligence agencies, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has slammed the door on media access with a sweeping new order last month that bans nearly all unauthorized contact with reporters. 575 more words