Category Archives: Politics

Critiquing The Chicago Tribune (Please, try a little bit harder.)

Social media is the way of the modern world. Whether running for public office, trying to spread the word about an issue or event, or looking for 15 minutes of fame, it’s inevitable that some sort of social media outlet … Continue reading

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Presidential Debate 2012

Brace Yourself…. Presidential Debate statuses are coming Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Linkedin Share by email Turner Main Wed, Oct 03 2012 18:36:31 0 likes · 0 comments Yes, yes they are.The 2012 Presidential … Continue reading

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Romney’s “private” comments go public

We journalists know that, when you’re in the public eye, everything you do can and will be watched. You’re fair game. …Unless it’s a private event. Right, Romney? At a “private” fundraiser on May 17th held in the home of Marc Leder, … Continue reading

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Ad in Ohio State student newspaper viewed as hate-speech by some

An advertisement run in an Ohio State student newspaper (“Lantern”) is being targeted as hate crime by many of the students who have read it. The full story: http://jimromenesko.com/2012/01/25/muslim-students-outraged-by-ad-in-ohio-state-student-paper/ The ad, which lists several former leaders of the Muslim Student … Continue reading

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Newspaper Web Design

When reading the article “Newspaper Website Design: Trends and Examples” by Smashing Magazine (http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/11/11/newspaper-website-design-trends-and-examples/), the main thing that caught my eye was their opinion on the importance (or unimportance) of having reader commentary on the site. According to the article, … Continue reading

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