The Blindness of Social Wealth
Participants in public debate search for loopholes and exceptions—anything that provides an excuse to disregard opinions they don’t like.
But it is a struggle. I find that the bar is raised much higher for writing about outside-the-fold topics than it is for things that editors and producers already believe (e.g., “Positive thinking is for dupes and dumbbells.”)
Crucial advise to journos in a time of Trump. Don’t be wimps.
It was advertising that led to the demise of the party press. Ads allowed newspapers to become independent of patronage and to build the modern standards of “objective” journalism.
The problem with Facebook?
Stop reading newspapers
He has avoided social media “because in the past you needed mystery and separation” from the audience to prosper. However, success on social media, where audiences almost expect inclusion and transparency, requires the opposite
We have to start talking to people, differently
Going against their tribe – and the tides
On the furious haste of Twitter
The Scientific Importance of Free Speech
Free Speech is not a right without consequences
There’s a reason this section of the newspaper is labeled “Opinion,” not “Affirmation,” “Reinforcement,” or “Emotional Crutch.” Liberals used to know that. What happened?