Archive for August 9th, 2004

Running Radio Interviews

Monday, August 9th, 2004

A new part of my job is to run my office’s ISDN booth for radio interviews during the afternoon. I set the booth up for the interview, establish the connection with the radio program, help the person being interviewed get settled, then listen in another room in case there are any problems that might require […]

News Librarian Writes about Working the Night President Nixon Resigned

Monday, August 9th, 2004

Liz Donovan, a news librarian at the Miami Herald, describes what it was like to work at the Washington Post the night United States President Richard Nixon resigned. Romenesko points to her account because of her statements at the end about how bloggers are doing their own journalism, but I think the look at the […]

Discovering Project Gutenberg

Monday, August 9th, 2004

Josh Ain shares some positive thoughts about finally visiting Project Gutenberg, a Web site featuring many works that are not or no longer protected by copyright law.