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Month: December 2004
Apparently, even book editors are being outsourced these days… Apparently Newspaper Editors Don’t Do a Lot, Either Following in a great but unfortunate tradition, the NY Observer has a new reporter poking around publishing who has recast the old editors-don’t-edit misconception into the new jargon of outsourcing: “Much the same way that telemarketers and programmers… Continue reading
I last met David Brudnoy at a party prior to the Boston Film Festival two summers ago. He looked cheerful as ever as he made the rounds, chatting with local filmmakers. I told him I was helping my dad put together his memoirs of the Boston newspaper business as he knew it over the decades… Continue reading
He was a good boss. Peggy Noonan, with some thoughtful insights, on the end of the Dan Rather era….
We could all be paying fees for watching streaming media of any kind in the near future, if Acacia has its way: Due to its seemingly esoteric nature, major news outlets have reported on Acacia’s DMT patent claims only fleetingly. What’s surprising is how many trade organizations have continued to ignore this important and complex… Continue reading