More from Editor & Publisher on The Citizen Editor

From Editor & Publisher: New Desk in the Newsroom: The Citizen Editor’s Clear out some more office space in the newsroom. Knock out a wall. Buy some new desks. Make room for the new citizen editor(s). We have a bona fide news-industry trend in “citizen journalism” — the notion that it’s an admirable thing and […]

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Joel Spolsky’s must read book list for software engineers

Joel on Software: Book Reviews: “the short list of all the books that I honestly think that every working programmer needs to read, with my own book hidden in there in case you didn’t notice because I get about two bucks if you buy it.” I’ve read four of the books on the list already. […]

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Drudge gets excited, but the truth looks a whole lot better

Drudge’s latest attack against Bill Clinton includes looking back on a 1998 article by Sally Quinn in the Washington Post. He misreads it real bad. Turns out, according to Eschaton, it’s “the biggest self-indictment of the beltway kool kids ever written”. Makes Clinton look all the more appealing if you ask me.

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Memorial Day in Philly: Not just another cookout

Read Howard’s post at Philly Future. Thank you to all the soldiers and their families who have sacrificed so much to secure what me and so many of the rest of us take for granted – our freedom. It occurs to me that the greatest way to honor that sacrifice is to use our freedom […]

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