Remarking about the print magazine/newspaper debacle as it tries to face the reality of online journalism, WSJ says:
For years, publishers and editors have asked the wrong question: Will people pay to access my newspaper content on the Web? The right question is: What kind of journalism can my staff produce that is different and valuable enough that people will pay for it online?
Information wants to be free
Good question for us all.
Caring for Your Introvert
- What is introversion?
- Are introverts misunderstood?
- Are introverts arrogant?
I am here to tell you what you need to know in order to respond sensitively and supportively to your own introverted family members, friends, and colleagues. Remember, someone you know, respect, and interact with every day is an introvert, and you are probably driving this person nuts. It pays to learn the warning signs. -Jonathan Rauch
“Dust if you must but I believe, a house becomes a home when you can write “I Love You” on the furniture”
the infamous Mom With Brownies
Victor Hanson’s October questions and observations before the inevitable took place.
Why do so many conservatives think that an Obama-elect might prove a centrist, and so why do they use phrases like “pray” or “I hope” that Obama might turn out, well, not to be Obama?
“The grass is seldom greener. Try watering the lawn instead.” (Time Immortal)
I like that moniker better than the “barracuda” or.. shudder… the “pitbull” one.
Palin a news Powerhouse | The Anchoress
Palin a news Powerhouse….And a word of caution to Republicans from your friendly Anchoress: be mindful of how you receive a good. I’ve had several puckerfaced, ‘she should be at the top of the ticket, why are we stuck with McCain’ whiners writing to me. Hello: McCain chose her. That tells you something about him, and his instincts. Some of you barely knew who she was a week ago. Credit McCain for the introduction, and be GRATEFUL instead of whining. How you receive a good has a lot to do with whether more good comes your way.