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Holy Adaptability, Batman!

I feel like it has been forever since I have written a blog. I have a good reason though. A funny thing happened on the way to the start of my new school year. I got transferred. That’s right, exactly one week before the 1st day of school I was… Read the Rest »

What the Hell Groupon

One of my favorite shows on TV is Mad Men. There is something about telling history through the eyes of an ad man which appeals to me. It is always interesting to talk to my students about why they get to watch network TV for free. Very few of them… Read the Rest »

We Make Shit Up

> I wonder who will teach the journalism classes of the future? What former journalistic superstars will take to the colleges and teach the future writers of our country how to do a credible job? If we are going to take from our current pool of news hounds, the future… Read the Rest »

I Am Not A Crook

> I am an honest person. If I see someone drop some money on the ground I return it. If the grocery store forgets to ring something up I point it out. I am sometimes brutally honest when people ask me questions (I try to make sure I let people… Read the Rest »

A Geeky Theory

I am afraid to use the word “geek” because it is almost trendy now. Growing up being called a geek or a nerd was an insult, now it is a badge of honor. In fact, I think you can buy badges to proclaim your geekiness and stick them on your… Read the Rest »

Apple Geek Euphoria

I don’t know how the Apple geeks are going to sleep tonight. The anticipation of Lord Jobs speech tomorrow must be killing them. At long last they will get to watch the high master prancing about on the stage showing off the greatest gadget since William Seward Burroughs invented the… Read the Rest »

Gawker Says Own It (Vanity Fair Part 2)

The Vanity Fair article by Vanessa Grigoriadis appears to have struck a good size nerve. People on Twitter, the people interviewed, the writer, bloggers. It has bored a hole into our heads and left us bleeding out. I am not going to lie, the article’s content made me mad. Like… Read the Rest »

Snark Fail Vanity Fair Style

Vanity Fair today posted an article about Twitter, in particular Six intelligent Twitter women. The name of the article was America’s Tweethearts. Really Tweethearts? I should have stopped right there and banged my head into the wall (which thanks to this article I know uses 150 calories per hour). The… Read the Rest »

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