Archive for June, 2010

First posted at Journalists, Journalism and the World It is so nice to see the Poynter News University run a self-guided course on the very thing I (and a few others) have been harping on for so many years. Local and global issues are linked. Editors and publishers who fail to see these links and […]

Cross posted with Journalism, Journalists and the World The censorship squad in Beijing has got to be going crazy right now. The European Community made the case earlier this year that censorship is a trade barrier. That means governments that engage in censorship of the Internet are in violation of trade agreements from simple bilateral […]


I got my “Today in History” feed this morning and saw two things that jumped out at me: Today, June 12, is the anniversary of: The murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1994, and The 1963 killing of Medgar Evers. Now in the normal world — that world outside the shouting heads […]