Posts Tagged ‘journalism’

A Wooly Bully Report

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

I am sending this logo/icon out everywhere, especially using social media for the press release by the New York State Healthy Workplace Advocates. The press release got a nice ride in a journalism/media column written by Richard Prince of the Maynard Institute. Click here for Prince’s Short Takes where he mentions the WORD.



Center for Communication Annual Luncheon November 11, 2013

Monday, November 18th, 2013


I Took a Bow


The Slippery Ethical Slope for the Hunts Point Express?

Sunday, May 5th, 2013

D:F/M has been in a state of academic stasis for years and years but in recent years Colleagues have resorted to all manner of fabrications to cover up its failings. What follows reveals a venial sin/omission compared to a mortal sin/omission (catechism from Catholic  schools still resonates slightly). It also could be merely a mistake.



Another Story About the Ippies

Saturday, March 30th, 2013


Mario Scott

Mario Scott


Could Andrew Sullivan of the Dish Be a Soulmate?

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

As if he was reading my mind: 

When I first stumbled into blogging over 12 years ago, it was for two reasons: curiosity and freedom. I was curious about the potential for writing in this new medium; and for the first time, I felt total freedom as a writer. On my little blog, I was beholden to no one but my readers. I had no editor to please, no advertiser to woo, no publisher to work for, no colleagues to manage. Perhaps it was working for so long in old media that made me appreciate this breakthrough so much. But it still exhilarates every day. [Full Column here]



Friday, February 11th, 2011

A great evening, February 8, The Emerging Skills of Tomorrow’s Journalist. Very informative. Cutting edge. The kind of wisdom regarding the direction of journalism that my Colleagues have chosen to ignore, especially in light of their effort to introduce a journalism/media curriculum so lame that I’m embarrass for them. They aren’t.

More to follow about the event and the direction of journalism.