There’s a lot more to the ethics of journalism than rules designed to protect the image of a news organization. There’s also the very real — and much difficult — question of when a journalist should “get involved.”
Archives for October 2010
So you planted a tree or two in a fit of ‘green?’ Now you went and did it. You might be messing up the potential of wind energy, some scientists say.
A phone call from the ’90s, cookie-cutter politics, an absence of hope, a marathon a day for dead soldiers, and the number-one sign you’re too connected.
The military is accepting openly gay recruits for the first time in the nation’s history.
Freddy Schuman was the only person who could make people outside of New York want to root for the Yankees.
Was Christine O’Donnell merely ignorant of the Constitution or simply disagreeing with it?
Two stories in the news today reveal the extent to which we’ve become a fearful society, just as the terrorists intended.
As the NFL cracks down on violent hits, two college kids face the possibility of paralysis.
The BBC reports today that a violinist has broken the record for the fastest playing of Flight of the Bumblebee.
A candidate’s ability to be interesting is inversely proportional to their ability to be elected.
The power of power, the power of cookies, the power of Eyedea, the power of contacts, and the power of canasta.
Should the media be reporting the Brett Favre story?
Opponents spoof an oil company PR campaign.
Do lawn signs influence how you vote?
How we’re wired to be moral, the influence of music in our lives, why so many people aren’t interested in voting. gleefully Moorhead, and why the house always wins.