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Just Another Bump In The Road

I feel like I could scream. Except no sound seems to leave my lips.

How does life seem to know when it is the most inconvenient moment to throw a ton of sh*t your way? 488 more words

Writing

Inauguration day

And so we come to this day: Jan. 20, 2017. Inauguration Day. The day on which the U.S. White House becomes – in the eyes of many who voted for a different presidential candidate – Slytherin House, its occupant the Left’s own Voldemort. 1,101 more words

Post-fact Society

Wayne Barrett 1945-2017

Wayne Barrett, a vitally important New York investigative journalist, who, for nearly four decades at the Village Voice, tenaciously uncovered the truth about politicians and business leaders, died yesterday in Manhattan. 144 more words

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Using voice memo to rescue an interview

Between Christmas and New Year I had the pleasure of chatting with physiotherapist Alistair Greetham about the potential impact of mobile phone use on our health, particularly in relation to my own personal case as a mobile journalist, someone with terrible posture and a recurring need to see an osteopath to offset my symptoms. 144 more words

Journalism

Lower Boom and PCM launch POST-TRUTH

Today, Inauguration Day 2017, Portland Community Media (PCM) and Lower Boom are partnering to launch “POST-TRUTH” at Post-Truth-World.com.

PCM and Lower Boom will be awarding (5) $1000 stipends to 5 NW storytellers to help facilitate the creation of original work reflecting/commenting on the concept of Post-Truth. 307 more words

Post-truth

Holes in stories

While journalists struggle with politics and fake news, I would really like a rededication to solid stories without hole.

Page one, Denver Post, Friday. A story about Cherry Creek schools considering starting an hour later to let kids get more sleep. 36 more words

How I'm celebrating Inauguration Day 2017

He who has spoken so lewdly about women, about Mexicans, and who made it hard for journalists to cover his campaign has entered the White House.  329 more words