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

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

PEW study reveals fascinating, possibly contrasting opinions

A new PEW study is upending the way we think about the public’s view of journalism, at least for me. I was a little shocked to here that a majority of people surveyed believed that journalists are more important that they used to be, mostly because they help sort through overwhelming amounts of information. In … More PEW study reveals fascinating, possibly contrasting opinions