Think — give yourself this gift every day

Time. Never enough of it. But there’s always time to think. You might be thinking right now that we haven’t had time to post on this blog since the last item, Oct. 1. Not true. Just didn’t have anything to say. Really? Really. We understand, because we experience it ourselves, that you are bombarded all […]

Encore: Offensive? Poor taste? Neither?

This post originally was published June 18, 2012. It still applies to sensitive content today. The yearbook cover of a local middle school here in the Syracuse area caught the attention of some parents, who were upset that the photo montage — student faces forming the design of the school’s mascot — segregated the students by […]

You, your audience and your links

Great minds are trying to figure out today’s world of news — what it should look like, how it should be published, who is consuming it. Among them: Jeff Jarvis, speaking earlier this month at the World News Media Congress in Washington, D.C. Here is his message, according to a report published at journalism.co.uk under […]

Memories and a vigil for Charnice Milton

It has been five days since Syracuse University alum Charnice Milton, reporter for Capital Community News, was shot and killed while waiting for a bus after covering an assignment in Southeast Washington. In that time … … The National Press Club issued a statement reminding us of the dangerous role of journalists wherever they might be […]

May you keep your friends close

MAY you … For the month of May, we are devoting this blog to our wishes for journalists present and future: “MAY you … “ Every day, you will find a tip, a tidbit or a top-of-mind piece of advice we hope will help you now and later At the end of your work day, whether […]

May you keep up with industry news

MAY you … For the month of May, we are devoting this blog to our wishes for journalists present and future: “MAY you … “ Every day, you will find a tip, a tidbit or a top-of-mind piece of advice we hope will help you now and later If you are a journalist, young or older, […]