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Greta Van Susteren Interviews Jill Abramson Before Katie Couric

Greta Van Susteren Interviews Jill Abramson Before Katie Couric
Greta Van Susteren has taken in depth interview of Jill Abramson last night. This is one of two interviews with the fired New York Times editor for the first time since her dismissal. Katie Couric will take the other interview today.
Read more Jul 17 2014, 9:47am CDT
 

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8 Star Trek Technologies that Become Real

8 Star Trek Technologies that Become Real
NASA physicist Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker recently released spectacular images of the “IXS Enterprise,” a...
Read more Jun 25 2014, 6:00am CDT
 

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Metropolitan Opera Wants Federal Mediator To Settle Contract Dispute

Source: CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Metropolitan Opera wants to bring in a federal mediator to settle a contract dispute that’s threatening to lockout workers. Opera and union officials say management proposed a mediator during negotiating sessions Wednesday. The opera says it rejected one union’s proposal for interest-based bargaining, saying it would be ineffective and time consuming. The musicians union ...
Full article at: CBS New York 1 hour ago
 

Amazon Prime Music Launches

Amazon Prime Music Launches
Amazon Prime subscribers can now enjoy unlimited music streaming, thanks to Prime Music.
Read more Jun 12 2014, 2:13am CDT
 

Crisis at the Border: A Tragedy of Incentives

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

A picture by Jennifer Whitney for The New York Times perfectly captured the humanitarian crisis at the border. It has everything you need if you're looking for a way to get your heartstrings pulled at: It depicts a boy with a look of hope in his eyes handing over to a Border Patrol officer his birth certificate, which identifies him as Alejandro, age 8, and gives away his status as an unaccompanied minor of Honduran nationality who crossed the ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post 3 hours ago
 

We're Fighting for Access, Not Choice

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

An article in Tuesday's New York Times focusing on limitations of the term "pro-choice" both over-claimed the recentness of this development and did not fully represent the history of questions about this framing. The issue isn't that "pro-choice" is no longer sufficient. It's that "pro-choice" was never sufficient for many women. I was sorry to see that the Times had not included those voices and missed the rich history ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post 3 hours ago, 6:52pm CDT
 

Traditional versus Digital: How to Keep Up

Traditional versus Digital: How to Keep Up
The New York Times's latest innovation reports shows a stalled engagement with the audience.
Read more May 21 2014, 10:13pm CDT
 

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Master of Craft Game Review
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A brand new role-playing game (RPG), Master of Craft (MoC) is fully rendered in 3D. Avid fans and lovers of RPGs enjoy its unique economy where they are allowed to craft and produce their own armors and weapons. Moreover, players can also operate their market and experience to be a merchant and run their own town. The objective of the game is to build a large empire of buildings and focuses solely on crafting armors and weapons.
 

Jill Abramson’s sad admission: “I don’t think the press, in general, did publish any stories that upset the Bush White House”

Source: Salon

Why did the New York Times back down again and again and hold important stories? The reas ...
Full article at: Salon 4 hours ago, 6:08pm CDT
 

There's A Way To Become An Attorney Without Setting Foot In Law School

Source: Business Insider

A small minority of the thousands of people who take state bar exams each year to practice law don't have a law degree and haven't even stepped foot in a law school, The New York Times pointed out in an article Wednesday. These lucky few complete legal apprenticeships rather than obtain costly JDs. The apprenticeships, available as an option in only several states, are referred to as law office study and the participa ...
Full article at: Business Insider 4 hours ago, 5:21pm CDT
 

Jill Abramson Dismissed by the New York Times

Jill Abramson Dismissed by the New York Times
The executive editor of the New York Times has left and is to be replaced with her second in command. Jill Abramson is not the top cat at the newspaper premises anymore.
Read more May 15 2014, 10:11am CDT
 


 

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