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August 2007

The Golden Rule #7

Musings on the Ethics of Contemporary Journalism As author and UCLA Professor of Social Research Methodology Mike Rose once wrote in Lives on the Boundary, “

Climate Connections connects

In the car, I’m a total National Public Radio junkie. Despite pretty regular on-air prodding, though, it’s rare that I visit the NPR

Boys on the Bus #11

George Stephanopoulos’ Sunday morning GOP debate saw the candidates spar over abortion rights and immigration policy. Stephanopoulos, for the most part, did a decent job

P. Sainath, Indian Journalist Writes from the Heart

Indian journalist Palagummi Sainath has won the 2007 Ramon Magsaysay award for journalism. The awards were established in 1957 to honor the third Philippine president, and are

Mag Review: Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly July 20th 2007, 82 pages, $3.50 USD By Rachel Smucker Rating: 4 Ah, Entertainment Weekly—I couldn’t keep my hands off of you. Amid the middle-school

Delta Metaphorce

Paul Hochman, writing in Fortune, obviously loves the sport of cycling. He’s watched many Tours de France and has read up on its history

The Difference No Difference Makes

Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York, left, listens as Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois answers a question during the CNN/YouTube debate in Charleston, South

The Campus Beat #6

The tug of war continues over students’ free speech and press rights.

July 2007

Murdoch’s acquisition of Dow Jones is all but complete

CHICAGO - Rupert Murdoch’s $5 billion conquest of Dow Jones & Co. is all but complete. After an operatic, months-long battle of wills with the

Arab bloggers pay toll for truth

Wael Abbas CAIRO—When Egyptian officials denied reports of a disturbance in downtown Cairo last year, Wael Abbas showed the truth: A political protest had

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//Mixed media

The Hills Are Alive, But Nobody Else Is in 'The Happiness of the Katakuris'

// Short Ends and Leader

"Happiness of the Katakuris is one of Takashi Miike's oddest movies, and that's saying something.

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