Monthly Archives: November 2010

We Bad.

Hard to believe, but we would be safer tramping around in the subways of New York than hanging out in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Safer in Los Angeles (but not Compton, at least!). A new study ranks the most dangerous cities (or … Continue reading

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Kick the Tireds.

It will never meet the stylings of OSU Football Coach Mike Gundy’s meltdown, but then it was more than a little yawn that set him off. In the case of Cornell University’s Professor Talbert, it’s a Red Bull kinda world. … Continue reading

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Medium: At Large.

In the series, she has dreams that tell her things she wouldn’t know otherwise…like whether her series has been cancelled. Glenn Gordon Caron, who created the show Medium, has confirmed that CBS has put an end to the drama. Patricia … Continue reading

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The Media Model

It used to be: “The playing field has changed.” These days it is more commonly called the “model,” the “computer model,” or the “business model.” Whatever it is called, it is changing. Critics of newspapers, in conducting post-mortems over their … Continue reading

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