OK so here is my one contribution to the royal... →
Two cameras, like riderless horses, sat back-to-back on the table at the front....– Read this.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how random/sketchy is it that I’m listening to the second Free Kitten LP right now?
Some late Friday afternoon inside baseball for the... →
For the past 12 years, Jim Romenesko has been the guy who rapidly rounds up and links to every little morsel of gossipy, wonky, inside-baseball journalism news for diehard media junkies. Over the past few months, however, following the latest changes to the website of the Poynter Institute, which hosts the 57-year-old newsman’s industry blog, The Cutline has noticed a curious trend:...
"In the breathless rush to break the news,... →
"My problem has never been finding more great... →
How good is C.J. Chivers? →
Should a journalism school be hosting ‘off the... →
In which people talk about long-form journalism →
gillianmae: joepompeo: gillianmae: I have a hard time seeing Aaron Cometbus “in the wild” (as in at Book Thug Nation or while visiting Aaron at Academy) without picturing him shirtless. Thorns of Life > forgetters. Speaking of which, what’s the latest on forgetters anyway? I still like them and all…. I’m really sick of people saying that, even though I agree with you....
gillianmae: I have a hard time seeing Aaron Cometbus “in the wild” (as in at Book Thug Nation or while visiting Aaron at Academy) without picturing him shirtless. Thorns of Life > forgetters. Speaking of which, what’s the latest on forgetters anyway? I still like them and all….
Two years ago, I think to this very day, John Koblin, Zachary Woolfe and I journeyed to Rutgers for an all-afternoon epic reading of our favorite epic poem, coupled with some early evening campus bar-crawling and a boozy dinner courtesy of the English department chair at night. Today, we totally dropped the ball on recreating that magic: The Milton Conference (April 7-8, 2011) Thomas Fulton...
me: so what else? slow news day today, aside from the whole shut down thing
Tom: you mean government? who cares about THAT?
me: i'm more interested in what tina brown ate for dinner last night
Tom: WHO ISN'T?
Anyone have extra tix for unbroken on sat.?! Just found out they are playing...– So this is what the future is like!
fek: If you’re on Twitter right now and are interested in psychotic media theory politik, please tune in to the battle concerning Jeff Jarvis, Jay Rosen, and Jeff Bercovici. It is glorious. Utterly transfixed.
The birther hate mail is still pouring in
The latest: “You Liberals are mentally ill, Liberalism is a mental disorder.”
The birthers are after me for this one →
Exhibit A: You are a full blown idiot. Left wing suck-up. You speak confidence as truth in things you know nothing about. The nation has NOT seen a BC of Obama. That is the only truth you jacka@$$. Exhibit B: Hey Joey, Wow…, you sure can regurgitate what others feed you with a strong assertive peevishness. Your words like “debunked” and “proven false” and of...
Early '90s screamo →
Arthur Sulzberger: ‘It’s harder’ for poor people... →
Robert Niles: As I’ve written before, all reporting is, in essence, aggregation. Otherwise, you’re writing fiction. Reporting is the act of collecting information from multiple sources for inclusion within a news report. Isn’t that simply a form of aggregation? I agree that there is value in carefully-curated, fairly-sourced online aggregation, which in itself can be...
The New York Times has finally launched its first... →
Starting Monday, The Cutline will cease publishing... →
A busy homecoming for New York Times journalists... →