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American Publishing in Decline

This situation makes me cry. I have been a subscriber of Newsweek, BusinessWeek, and Los Angeles Times for decades.

A few years ago, in 2008, there was a columnist in BusinessWeek magazine who wrote about the decline in the print media and how it would affect even some of the largest news outlets. 277 more words


IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL: Countries to help Iranian government redesign reactor

VIJAY SHAH via Reuters and Newsweek

As part of ongoing negotiations between several mainly Western countries and the Islamic Republic of Iran… 703 more words


The Fort Knox of Food

In October, I visited the National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado. This “Fort Knox” of gene banks is part of a system that safeguards the American food supply. 449 more words


Retired Bloke Quote

“Never play cards with a man called Doc. Never eat at a place called Mom’s. Never sleep with a woman whose troubles are worse than your own.” 8 more words

Retired Bloke Quote

Amazon's '60s Feminism Pilot 'Good Girls Revolt' Wants to Be 'Mad Men,' But With Nora Ephron

The pilot of Amazon’s late-’60s feminist office drama Good Girls Revolt ends with a group of women gleefully telling their male colleagues that they’ve been to the kind of women’s meeting where women investigate their vaginas with their compact mirrors. 987 more words