The democratization of facts

Chicago Tribune workplace columnist Rex Huppke wrote an obituary for “facts” the other day that is getting a lot of attention. I thought it might be interesting to examine some of the facts he cites.

Though few expected Facts to pull out of its years-long downward spiral, the official cause of death was from injuries […]

the unfair fairness doctrine

I am one of these people who will do a lot of research to win an argument. Like sometimes a lot of research. Actually of course with Google, Google Books and Google News’ archive search, research can pretty easy. It’s surprising how many people won’t do any research and will just rely on ideology to […]

associated press journalists on twitter

In no particular order, and by no means a comprehensive list.

@azagier – Alan Scher Zagier – Columbia, Mo. @DCArtBeat – Brett Zongker, D.C. arts/culture/museum scene @c_kim – Caroline Kim, mobile editor. @slyon66 – Santiago Lyon, director of photography. @emfred – Emily Fredrix, food industry. (based in Milwaukee). @annajobratton – Anna Jo Bratton, Omaha, Neb. […]