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Spare Us The Sanctimony: The Gross Hypocrisy of Online Media in the Nude Photo Leak

It seems to me that we are entering a new phase in our media culture online. It’s post-gossip, post-snark and post-smarm. It is the sanctimony phase. 1,124 more words

An Open Letter To Online Readers

Dear Readers,

I don’t think we’ve had the opportunity to meet before because, as a journalist, I try to present you, my readers, with various perspective on an issue, rather than expressing my own views. 676 more words

Is it the end of newspapers or just the end of trust?

By J.P. Pelosi

The idea that the news media can’t be trusted has ballooned in popularity over the years, with a recent Gallup poll in the US showing that the American public’s lack of trust had reached an all time low. 1,041 more words

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Hinduism and The New York Times' sewage problem - Vamsee Juluri

“The real danger of the Times’ most recent cheap shot at Hinduism is not so much that it perpetuates an old Katherine Mayo-style arrogance about the heathens and hurts modern Indians’ self-perception. 2,202 more words

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