In the middle of the Great Library Debates raging on the Atlantic site and elsewhere, I had to neglect something.
So what’s “close”—the word that a TBD headline used in describing the Washington Post’s hyperlocal launch”? Psst! A Post source
Update, 7 p.m.: Looks as if "close" is late spring 2011. – D.R. I hated the Washington Post’s hyperlocal edition
I’ve poked at the TBD hyperlocal site for not having enough civic-oriented blogs in its network—the Washington area is heavier
Update: Jim Moran has since told me there was no quid pro quo, that the Indiana real estate developer's contributions
Right here in the Washington, D.C. area, TBD is one of the most-watched rolls of the dice in American journalism.
TBD’s new hyperlocal Web site for the D.C. area is no great shakes so far in the visitor count department,
Late to the hyperlocal series in the Solomon Scandals blog? In reverse order, here’s a list of key parts. —How
Update: Other hyperlocal-related posts here. I killed my Washington Post subscription several years ago, one of millions of Americans to