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More than 30 journalists and executives at western news organizations in China, including the New York Times, have had their computers hacked, according to Mandiant, a security firm that monitors such attacks. Over the last four months, the hackers...
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing the homes of Los Angeles Times newspaper subscribers while they were on vacation, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. They allegedly stole $1 million in property...
Liberal media bias. So incessant is this complaint from conservatives that the three words string together as one, like Holy Roman Empire. But like the old saw about that infamous regime being neither holy nor Roman nor an empire, liberal media bias...
In a recent interview with Wired Magazine, a man named Tim O'Reilly said, "I don't really give a (censored because this is a family newspaper) if literary novels go away. They're an elitist pursuit." What Tim O'Reilly says matters because Tim O'Reilly...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMoxie is defined by Webster's New World dictionary as "courage, pluck, perseverance; guts." And if there's one thing Hagerstown native Jon Macht, 52, has, it's moxie. Moxie was what lead Macht as a teenager to have the nerve to send a note to The...
L.A. NOWThe publisher of the Los Angeles Daily News has contributed to the campaign of mayoral candidate Kevin James. Jack Klunder said, however, that his personal contribution would not affect the newspapers coverage of the race....
For about 20 years, I have been teaching a course at Towson University called "Media Criticism," which deals largely with alleged ideological media bias. The claims of liberal bias in the mainstream media go back at least as far as Barry Goldwater's...
Tags: Towson University, News Media, Barack Obama, Politics, Elections
Beijing has some seriously bad air. How bad? On a scale of 1 to 500, the United States Environmental Protection Agency says anything over 100 is unhealthy and anything above 400 is an emergency. Recently, the pollution index for Beijing hit 755. For...
L.A. NOWAt a time when Alan Smolinisky’s peers have mostly traded paper for pixels, he doesn't own an iPad or a Kindle. The Pacific Palisades resident is not much for social media and says he has never used Facebook or Twitter.......
Representatives of Laguna Beach nonprofits learned Jan. 18 how to get ink for their organizations. About 80 representatives from nonprofits showed up for a workshop on what organizations should and should not do to get their stories in newspapers. The...
In my five years at Google News, I’d barely ever heard anyone use the phone or raise their voice. But the newsroom at the Chicago Tribune, a 165-year-old urban stalwart, is a much more boisterous cubicle suite than anything at the Googleplex....
Tags: Murder, Journalism, Google Inc., Chicago Tribune
Donald Richie, an American expatriate in Japan who became that country's preeminent Western interpreter, explaining its culture — from cinema to Zen to tattoos — in books and essays that illuminated the author's psyche as much as that of his...
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