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Chasing Dying Media: Newsprint

Please read yesterday’s introduction over here. In the coming days I might also share my brief thoughts on magazines, old and new.


Out of all traditional media, newspapers must’ve changed the most. 448 more words

Entertainment Discussion

What's A Woman's Worth In The U.S., For Hilary Clinton?

The U.S. Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is very close to changing the landscape of American politics and governance which has before now, been a “game” left for the men. 490 more words

General News

Launching a ‘Good News’ Publication

I’ve found reading the news over the past couple of months extremely depressing.  The killings of innocent bystanders in France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, South Sudan, Japan and no doubt other countries, the Brexit shock and its effects on UK and EU politics, the unbelievable election of Trump as a Presidential candidate, the return of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation to the Australian Senate in force, the Russian state-sponsored multi-sports doping scandal, the continuing scandal of Americans killing each other en masse, their refusal to address black murders by police, the crushing of democracy in Turkey, the Panama Papers expose of international tax avoidance, sexual and domestic abuse all over the world…the list goes on and on and it’s too much.  1,084 more words


The meaning of the Fourth Estate

Last week, I mentioned “the Fourth Estate” in a post about the need to listen better, to give people insight into the press’ decisions and effectively let the people into our branch of community institutions. 378 more words


Hillary Clinton won a presidential nomination -- These newspapers ran front-page photos of her husband

Fusion’s Kelsey McKinney noticed something important about today’s newspapers that heralded the historic moment of a woman winning a presidential nomination. A lot of them used a picture not of Hillary — but her husband.

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