Posts from May 10, 2005

Who’s the teacher?

Who’s the teacher?

: Amy Gahran lists what journalists can learn from bloggers and bloggers from journalists and both together. A very good list.

You’re fired up

You’re fired up

: The Guardian finds the solution to circulation woes: It hires a fired Apprentice wannabe to sell the paper.

Democracy spreads

Democracy spreads

: Cha’nad Bahraini reports on democracy demonstrations in Bahrain. I went to GoogleNews to see whether I could find reports of it from big sources. I didn’t find any. But I did find plans to open a Disleyland-style theme park there. Take a look at the blog; lots of great pictures (which take a while to load). [via the amazing Global Voice]

Ich bin ein Georgian

Ich bin ein Georgian

: Publius Pundit covers Bush’s speech in Georgia:

ìYou gathered here armed with nothing but roses and the power of your convictions and you claimed your liberty and because you acted, Georgia is today both sovereignty and free and a beacon of liberty for this region and the world.î

The fame parade

The fame parade

: Arianna certainly knows the famous and they keep coming. Today has posts from former blogger Bill Maher, former blogger Gary Hart, Larry David (supporting Bolton), Tina Brown (nicely done on her fade out from TV), Rob Reiner, Jerry Brown, Joe Scarborough, Larry Gelbart, Rob Reiner, Hiam Saban, Jon Corzine, Walter Cronkite…. Now if she can just get Letterman to blog….

: And in a smart business movie, Arianna is syndicating the fame blog via Tribune.