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Found the following unapproved comments this morning. They amused me. Hopefully, they will amuse you:
The Nieman Journalism Lab’s Joshua Benton points to this headline-testing tool for the WordPress platform (BTW, this blog is powered by WordPress):
The U.S.-based Project for Excellence in Journalism’s New Media Index for Nov. 8-12 found global warming to be a top-five topic among U.S. bloggers. This is the 10th time that has happened since the index began in January 2009, but the twist this time is that it is global warming believers baying the loudest:
It could have been worse. Canadian-Iranian blogger Hossein Derakhshan has been sentenced to almost 20 years in prison, but his prosecutor was seeking the death penalty.
The Globe and Mail is calling for Iran’s government to release blogger Hossein Derakhshan, a.k.a. Hoder, who is facing calls from an Iranian prosecutor to be executed for his “crimes.”
Jim Elve is a longtime Canadian blogger and info-packrat. He kept some 2003 interviews with Iranian-born blogger Hossein Derakhshan (a.k.a. Hoder), who returned to Iran from Toronto in 2008 and now finds himself in a jackpot. According to two Canadian groups, Derakhshan’s prosecutor is pushing for the death penalty for charges that include collaborating with [...]
Margaret Wente wrote a remarkably ignorant column rhetorically asking, Why are bloggers male? Many others have debunked the premise of her column, which had absolutely no quantitative information in it whatsoever to back it up. But I’m wondering if it was deliberately stupid.
Social media and communications maven Ian Capstick is interviewing some journalists: Journalists Who Blog is a series where journalists who report daily in Canada’s mainstream media talk about how the participatory web is changing their craft. Each of these writers have mastered the art of capturing what happened today and reporting online and for an audience [...]
The Torontoist may have loved its namesake city like no other blog, but its U.S. parent has decided to retrench and shut the site down on Jan. 1, says editor-in-chief David Topping.