Twitter has been abuzz with talk about The Price of Typos. Here’s the angle in the essay that most intrigues
In the middle of the Great Library Debates raging on the Atlantic site and elsewhere, I had to neglect something.
Right here in the Washington, D.C. area, TBD is one of the most-watched rolls of the dice in American journalism.
Crisp, lively Web pages are greeting visitors to the new TBD hyperlocal site owned by Allbritton Communications. Here in Alexandria,
In judo, you can use a big guy’s weight against him, and the same applies in business, especially the news
In 2004 Baristanet—the lively hyperlocal network that helped inspire similar operations in several states—started writing up picnics, schools and other
You already know if you’ve been following the Solomon Scandals blog. My name is David, I’m a newsaholic, and I’m
Update, July 2: Here, including further comments from TBD. Thanks for listening. – D.R. The TBD Web startup for local
Mediaite has it right. Halfhearted measures like a kind-of local blog network are not enough to protect the Washington Post’s