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Left or right: Politics not at play in decline of newspapers

I found puzzling — troubling even — reaction to a Post-Gazette story, posted on its Facebook page, that Trib Total Media, publisher of the Tribune-Review… 654 more words

"Life Itself" - A New Direction for the Blog

Steve James’s documentary about Roger Ebert, Life Itself (2014), stirred up some feelings in me. It played on memories and sharpened regrets. Sitting next to a young man who ordered a little bottle of Jack Daniels every time the drinks cart came by on a flight from Istanbul to New York, wrapped in the post-production letdown of  1,190 more words

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Hold your online fire

It’s not fair, but I want to ask you not to respond to online catcalls in the heat of the moment.

I know. I know. People are awful. 295 more words

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Your Daily Dose of Awesome, 9/4/15 edition

Fridays are inherently Awesome. Fridays before long weekends? Awesomer. Fridays before long weekends followed by a family vacation? Awesomest!

Your DDA Captain of Awesome will be taking most of or all of next week off from DDA-ing for a family trip, but fear not… I’ll be back! 680 more words

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Being Way Out of Touch with the World

I was perusing a few Websites to see just what is going on in the world. Whew! I am really out of touch.

On a whim, on BBC, I typed “Denmark” and found 2-3 articles about Golfers, a small statue that had been stolen in Copenhagen and Denmark’s first astronaut heading for the ISS with LEGO in his pocket! 515 more words

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Choosing Me

My favorite class at university is French. My professor is one of my favorite people in the world, and I love to practice la plus belle langue de le monde. 577 more words

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When that Marketing Word 'Viral' Becomes a Virus...

 I’m a big fan of the Irish Times and a daily reader. But today I have to question their article regarding why this image was not on their front page. 591 more words

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