This Week’s Reads: You’ll cry, you’ll laugh and then you’ll cry again

It took me a little longer to think of my list this week. I guess there was less that just stood out. However, I read some interesting things and I know I missed a lot of things I wanted to read. I’ll do better next week. Regardless, here it is. 1. My Own Life– Oliver … More This Week’s Reads: You’ll cry, you’ll laugh and then you’ll cry again

Media Monday: On Creating a Legacy and David Carr

The recent loss of David Carr has gotten me thinking about what it takes to make a legacy in journalism (or anywhere for that matter). Journalists have been the news lately, as I mentioned last week, both positively and negatively. I’ve been reading a lot about Carr and I think I have picked up on some … More Media Monday: On Creating a Legacy and David Carr

This Week’s Readings: Personal Interest, Harper Lee, Podcasts and More

This week, my reading was sporadic, and not on any particular topic or in any particular form. I also did some listening this week (in terms of podcasts) so I might highlight one of those (because rules are made to be broken). So here we go, in no particular order: 52 Places to go in … More This Week’s Readings: Personal Interest, Harper Lee, Podcasts and More

Sandusky Trial comes with dangerous limits for reporters

Cleland issued a “decorum order” last Wednesday that said representatives of news organizations could bring tools such as cellphones, laptops and smartphones into the courtoom, but cameras would not be permitted and members of the press using devices could not “record or broadcast any verbatim account of the proceedings while court was in session. —Jerry Sandusky … More Sandusky Trial comes with dangerous limits for reporters