Monthly Archives: March 2009

Tappy-foot syndrome

I’m not ignoring my blog, I’m really not. I’ve just been snowed under the last few days. I was supposed to have a much easier week this week, but so far, that hasn’t panned out. The only reason I have … Continue reading

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More furloughs for Gannetteers

I knew it was coming. Gannett has just announced a second round of furloughs. It will be a little different from the first round, which happened during the first quarter of the year. Editor & Publisher has the details, including … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Dean Cleghorn

Sad news from my grad school alma mater: Reese Cleghorn, the former dean of the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, just passed away a few days ago. He was 78. Read the tribute on the UMD website … Continue reading

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Keeping motivated

One thing I really like about using WordPress is that it generates a list of random posts that might be related to your post. I’ve found some new blogs to read that way–blogs that I’ve never heard of but wished … Continue reading

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U-T sold

News from the site of one of my journalism internships: The San Diego Union-Tribune was just sold to a private equity firm, Platinum Equity. Read the article on the U-T’s website here. Not sure what this will mean yet for … Continue reading

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