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Monday: Say what? The truth about media

I thought it would be fitting if I described my experience  in 140 characters or less:

Nowadays, our thoughts are conveyed in messages delivered within seconds (complete with  timestamp), captured within photos and reduced to character limits. 160 more words

Monday: Reporting without Bias

San Francisco Chronicle Journalist Nannette Asimov has been writing news since a television set with an antenna and a paper newspaper delivered daily to one’s doorstep were the only ways to get it. 334 more words

Monday: What the Interiors of Two Media Companies Say About Their Success

Walking into the San Francisco Chronicle this morning, I was immediately struck by the beautiful stained glass windows and wood detailing that surrounded the entrance to the what had been the publisher’s suite. 726 more words

Monday: Youth teaching youth

As I sat in the San Francisco Chronicle Page 1 daily meeting, I was overwhelmed with the quantity of story headlines being thrown around. Drone usage, immigration reform, travel bans, an audit of some sort, and a mystery Winchester House were among the subjects. 466 more words

Giants Fan Trending After Trolling Dodgers

One San Francisco Giants fan is gaining national attention after his subtle jab at the Los Angeles Dodgers.

According to SF Gate, a man in the front row in LA held up 2014’s “Dynasty” issue of the… 119 more words


Napolitano's UC hid $175 million while demanding money, audit says

See how corrupt Demonrats are, yet fools still vote for them. The University of California hid a stash of $175 million in secret funds while its leaders requested more money from the state, an audit released on Tuesday said. 790 more words

Current Events

Berkeley's mayor is a radical anarchist, too

We’ve been examining the ugly antics of By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), a California-based “anti-fascist” group whose members carry out violent protests at which they behave like a bunch of fascists. 542 more words

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