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Common Sense Journalism: 'Chicago Tribune' nameplate in Comic Sans?
Here's my ideas. At 8/13/08 3:13 PM, Anonymous Joe Knowles said... Nice to know so many people care about our nameplate. ...
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Common Sense Journalism: 'Chicago Tribune' nameplate in Comic Sans?
Here's my ideas. At 8/13/08 3:13 PM, Anonymous Joe Knowles said... Nice to know so many people care about our nameplate. ...
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Common Sense Journalism: Caspio dustup
Some of the latest chatter on various blogs and boards is about Caspio, which bills itself as an easy way to get your database output to the 'Net. ...
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Common Sense Journalism: Yard sale mashup
Apr 28, 2006 ... Yard sale mashup. The Bowling Green (Ky.) Daily News is using Google map mashups to produce weekly maps of yard sales. ...
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Common Sense Journalism: All-online paper in Raleigh
The Chicago (Chi-Town) Daily News is doing it in that city. But Raleigh is smaller and more homogeneous, and with a newspaper that is not a slouch when it ...
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Common Sense Journalism: What, me worry? (if the local paper folds)
Mar 13, 2009 ... (if the local paper folds). Here's the grabby lede from the latest Pew survey: As many newspapers struggle to stay economically viable, ...
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Common Sense Journalism: Template-driven writing and editing
Oct 27, 2008 ... Before you click on the link, fill in the template: ... What's covered: My interests center on editing and writing and on editors and the challenges they face in a ... Testy Copy Editors · Bill Walsh's "The Slot" ...
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Common Sense Journalism: N.Y. Times Letters to the Editor
N.Y. Times Letters to the Editor. My friend Bill Reader from Ohio University has just launched a broadside over at the Community Journalism Interest Group ...
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Common Sense Journalism: SCETV should be ashamed
Not from an SCETV correspondent as near as I can tell -- in fact I listened to various NPR newscasts yesterday, and the voicers were coming ...
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Common Sense Journalism: Hartsville Today -- the "cook book"
When we started it with funding from J-lab, we promised a "cook book" that would give other smaller papers considering such projects a road ...
 
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