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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson (Millennium Trilogy # 1)

“She was perfectly content as long as people left her in peace. Unfortunately society was not very smart or understanding.”

Publishers advised Joanne “Jo” Rowling to use two initials instead of her real name because they feared boys wouldn’t read a book written by a woman.

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Einstein's rejection letter: Journalists must ask skeptical questions

One of journalism’s oldest clichés is that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is.

I had the desired initial reaction to the letter above, rejecting Albert Einstein for an associate professor position: I thought how cool it was that some pompous science professor with a Ph.D. 234 more words

Journalism

Krampus : The Review

In Michael Dougherty’s 2015 release of Krampus, which shocked cinemas with its premiere last Friday, we are introduced to entwined elements of both tradition and horror, which, ingeniously enough, seem to work well for the Germanic legend of the Christmas beast. 458 more words

Mister,Walk the Talk

The Journalist Community had been shouting loudly about the Drought situation lately. That sometimes irritated me. But these men inspire.

Yesterday I had a ‘shot laga feeling’! 217 more words

Thoughts

Social Media in 2016: key stats and trends

Overview of where we’ve come from, and where we’re going… with an emphasis on social media usage in the USA and some key emerging global trends and behaviors. 11 more words

Social Media

Things I'm Verbing: Catastrophes in journalism, how to adapt comic books and democracy in its purest form

It’s distressingly close to convention season, and even though Donald Trump clinched the delegates for the Republican nomination this week, I can’t imagine something won’t be worth covering in Cleveland this July.  453 more words

Things I'm Verbing