Tag: post deja vu

death of the daily

Almost two years ago, I wrote a scathing review of the new iPad only newspaper “The Daily”. Today, News Corp announced they’re closing down the Daily. While I’ll stick with much of my initial critique of why it ultimately failed,

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i need to stop making suggestions on this blog

Last May, I made a outrageous suggestion in a blog post with the caveat not to laugh because it may happen. Well, it may be happening. Sure, the CEO seems a little spacey… “Michael makes a lot of this stuff up

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i feel like something is missing today

I feel discombobulated. I feel like I may have been brainwashed by the government to expect some sort of big event today.  But so far, nothing is happening. Maybe I’ll eventually get over it — maybe by June.  I need

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1492

While I’m sure one of the ways you’ll celebrate Monday is to go buy some furniture, you can also celebrate by re-living this Columbus Day post from 2005.

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update on nyu journalism mediashift

I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago about an NYU student who wrote a post about the online knoweldge of GenY in her journalism class. From communicating with Alana, I knew there would be a follow-up from the

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and the dominoes started to fall

I called it. Today’s announcement — United is following American’s lead. Of course, when your industry is hated and someone else has already taken the brunt of the PR backlash — decisions like these are pretty easy. Way to step

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fishy facts

Approximately 23% of the year’s sales of Filet-O-Fish sandwiches at McDonalds are purchased during a 40 day window that began today. Filet-O-Fish was invented in 1962 by a Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky McDonald’s franchisee who had stores located in a

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