Sunday, March 25, 2012

Paper Chase

Wishful Thinking

Now let’s just say I live to be 90, will there still will be a published, hand-held paper version of The New York Times or will it all be electronic?

Well, there will be a hand-held version—something in your hands.

But it won’t necessarily be paper.

I can’t promise paper—I hope it’s paper. . . . I like paper, I’m going to go for paper.

“NYT’s Gail Collins chats with David Letterman,” on Romenesko, March 25, 2012.
(Letterman, by the way, is 65. Collins, a New York Times columnist,
was played onstage to “Funky President”—“people people, we gotta get over before we go under. . . .”)

• Editorial Comment: Fishermen sure agree.

• No Mo’ Mao:
Did you miss yesterday’s WORDs from Chinese activist, novelist and pop culture icon Han Han, on Mao Zedong and books? Click here.

• Faculty Wanted! The JCOM Department at Utah State is taking applications for a multimedia instructor, teaching our new required multimedia class and assisting with the Aggie TV newscast classes. For full position description, click here.

News from our award-winning student news site, The Hard News Café
Hard News Café March News Roundup (March 26)
Logan man arrested on suspicion of felony theft, by Tmera Bradley
The Aggie TV News Team Cache Rendezvous (March 21 edition). Bookmark ATV News
Cat dies in RV park fire; trailer renter charged with arson, by Mary Stocking
Fate of Cherry Peak ski area appeal still undecided, by Josh Ruggles
Wellsville City Council looks for solutions to sidewalk problems, by Jimena Herrero
Scottish Highland Games: A different kind of fling in Richmond, by Chris Lee
‘Empty Bowls’ Fundraiser to Help End World Hunger, by Allie Jeppson
Trenton youth pleads guilty to December robbery of convenience store, by Chris Lee
USU Eastern student journalists win 11 Utah Press awards
Aggie journalists win 17 regional SPJ Mark of Excellence Awards
Backyard beekeeping 101: Smithfield class attracts honey of a crowd, by Jessica Wilkinson
JCOM Scholarships for 2012-13. Deadline: April 2

PeezPIX by Ted Pease
Catalog here

Spring sunrise, Cache Valley.


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