Twitter has been abuzz with talk about The Price of Typos. Here’s the angle in the essay that most intrigues
Something bizarre is happening at Politics and Prose, and perhaps a few other bookstores in the Washington area—and therein may
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
Congratulations to TBD.com and sex-and-gender blogger Amanda Hess, who owned up to the goof of the century or at least
TBD.com’s hyperlocal site is drawing more local Web traffic than WUSA-TV and the Washington Examiner and may close in on
Update, September 20: The Washington Post tells me that it prefers to stick to Nielsen statistics in public. I’m checking
Right here in the Washington, D.C. area, TBD is one of the most-watched rolls of the dice in American journalism.