Archive for November 28th, 2003

I’m Not Watching You. I Swear. At Least Not Intentionally.

Friday, November 28th, 2003

Someone searching for “how to know if you are being watched” keeps hitting my blog. [Really, I’m just proving once again that my sense of humor doesn’t work in an electronic enviroment. Sigh.]

Communication And Committees

Friday, November 28th, 2003

(Bear with me here: this rant/post isn’t as “off topic” as it may seem. Many news librarians have to serve on committees.) I’ve been tossing what SJ wrote about committee work and news distribution in my mind and suddenly found myself combining the two. I think some of the problem with communication is that some […]

On Factchecking in Journalism

Friday, November 28th, 2003

I often wonder how factchecking in journalism works. I realize that systems vary by publication and there probably isn’t a standard or norm in the profession. I saw the film Shattered Glass tonight, which deals with a journalist who fabricated all or portions of 27 of his 41 articles in The New Republic. One of […]