Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Map of Syracuse

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Monday, July 17, 2006

Case files: Wire vs. local

Why didn't the Tacoma News Tribune put the India bombing on its front page?

Executive Editor David Zeeck answers a reader who asked: “I was shocked to see that you guys didn’t put the Bombay bombing on the front page.”

Case files: Can a reporter blog and report on the same story?

The Greensboro News & Record in North Carolina is in the middle of a long-running heated story on racial divisions. Critics of the coverage claim a reporter's blog shows his bias in covering the story.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

More blogs for copy editors

The Editor's Desk, by Andy Bechtel of UNC-Chapel Hill. "Discussion of editing and writing of all sorts, with an emphasis on the concerns of the newspaper copy desk."

Triangle Grammar Guide, by Pam Nelson, of The News and Observer in Charlotte, N.C.

Words at Work: Thoughts on language in the media, by Pam Robinson.

Sunday, April 30, 2006

Forum and against

A look at the dynamics and personalities of online forums.

Crime & Safety: How the fatal crash of a state trooper became a phenomenon in the Crime & Safety forum at

Greensboro comments: A newspaper in a North Carolina town that has big issues of race and police gets ready to add comments to its stories. From editor John Robinson of the News-Record.

Pressthink: How The Washington Post's Maryland Moment blog became an online meltdown over the newspaper's Abramoff coverage. From Jay Rosen at NYU.

Spokane speaking: What happens when a newspaper asks bloggers to blog about the newspaper? From The Spokesman-Review.

The Psychology of Cyberspace: Resolving conflicts online. From Rider University.

Godwin's Law: What happens when you call somebody a Nazi?

Friday, February 24, 2006

10 Years of "Blogging"

Ten years ago, The Post-Standard in Syracuse, N.Y., was putting online what most people today would call a blog ...

See this artifact here.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Pulitzer Prize for copy editors?

Writing coach Roy Peter Clark gives copy editors some love in this NPR segment.

Posted from the newsdesk of The Post-Standard in Syracuse.