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New web site!

I will keep this one online but not updated, but have migrated everything elsewhere.

All the old posts are already there plus one, but as I said, I am relaunching. 43 more words

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Journalism's delusions continue.

CNBC is trying to pretend journalism didn’t collapse.

Outlets are closing. Jobs are being lost and more so by the day.

And they are still in denial. 414 more words

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Toronto Bloodbath: 10 Dead, 15 Injured. No accident. No guns. But plenty of violence and terror.

The weapon was a rented van.

It is a global problem.

It is called violence and terrorism.

Strict gun control in this country, but if you can’t get a hold of a gun, rent a van, and it is not the first time this has happened in Canada. 110 more words

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Chicago Sun-Times leaves front page blank: no one notices the difference.

A cheap stunt to remind us that journalism hasn’t been informing people for years.

They are begging for subscribers by providing nothing:

Imagine Chicago without the Sun-Times: An urgent appeal…

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Patrick Brown sues CTV for $8 million.

He’ll never win it, however.

It will be dragged through the courts for years, and the other, less savoury things will come out about him that will make his head spin. 109 more words

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The Washington Post's ABC Afterschool Special Logic.

Once upon a time, when I was a kid, they made us watching morality plays in school to tell us how to think and behave. 499 more words

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Canadian opinionists spew partisan narrative on Provincial election...as usual, no one knows what they are talking about.

Opinionists in Canada are less flashy than their US counterparts, and as hard as it is to believe, less informed.

Reading the babble about the Ontario election is particularly painful, because it seems as if everything is on auto-pilot. 882 more words

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