A week after getting mistaken for a technology commentator, Guy Goma was back on BBC TV in England … with, er, predictable results. I'll let the Guardian's John Plunkett explain: (reg. req'd) A week after he was mistaken for an IT expert with a similar name, Guy Goma was back on News 24 today in [...]
Here's The Independent's preview article. Note the candour: To put a rock star at the helm of a national newspaper might seem eccentric, but it is becoming an increasingly used tactic as publications seek to use key individuals to raise their profiles and emphasise their brand values. So, with an enthusiasm bordering on abandon, editors are [...]
The Beeb did an interactive highlighting which states to watch.
The poor Beeb. Both the Tamils in Sri Lanka and the Sinhalese lambaste it for biases. Bernard Gabony, the Beeb Online's South Asia editor, addresses the issue in this mildly self-serving column. However, I think he does capture – in a BBC sort of way – the frustrations of covering a conflict where good information is sometimes [...]
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Two young women, approximate age 19, on the subway tonight: Girl 1: He's psychotic. Girl 2: He's too cute to be psychotic.