Every day, millions of people rely on local news sites, stations, papers, and radio stations to update them on the important events occurring around the world. In a huge metropolis such as Chicago, journalists have quite a large task before … Continue reading
Just kidding. But not all websites are. As a student majoring in journalism, I’ve heard the pros and cons of paywalls on news sites weighed more times than I can count. I think it’s safe to say that almost everyone … Continue reading
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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In Thomas Friedman’s column “New Rules,” Friedman talks about children in Estonia who are being taught computer programming in schools beginning at age seven and ending at age 16. Friedman talks not so much about the fact that children are … Continue reading