It’s 7:00am and my alarm clock is going off. I look over at my 15 month old son and he is still sleeping away, he didn’t fall asleep until 2:00am last night, well this morning and we are both tired, I don’t have to be at work until 10:00am, so what the hell? I set
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No one—not even the love child of Horatio Alger and Ayn Rand—rivals campaign reporters when it comes to worshipping ambition. In the eyes of the press pack, all behavior in the political realm is motivated by a lean and hungry look at the next office. A prime example is how the media handled two acts
The promo machine for an upcoming book, Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing, by UCLA cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and science writer Kathryn Bowers, has been in high gear all week. It started with a 4,100-word excerpt in The New York Times Sunday Review, and continued with spots on
Earlier this week, I wrote about media coverage surrounding the “racy emails” that led to Des Moines, IA, school superintendent Nancy Sebring’s resignation. Sebring’s emails—I’d classify them as “really really embarrassing” before I’d call them “racy”—received attention on the Web from outlets around the world. They all gleefully cast her as their very own 50