Tag Archives: Arianna Huffington

BlackBerry Plays the Huffington Card

BlackBerry’s Long Goodbye has now reached the Third Stage of Loss and Grief. Bargaining. From Monday’s New York Times:     Handy link to BlackBerry.com/leaders. Good. Now, can we all agree that Arianna Huffington is the Leader of Last Resort? … Continue reading

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Arianna Puffington

Lede of New York magazine’s puff piece on blogeteria queen Arianna Huffington: On a recent Sunday afternoon, Arianna Huffington, the 61-year-old editorial director of the newly merged AOL–Huffington Post, gathers a group of children around her on a white rug, … Continue reading

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Arianna’s Adventures In Bizarro World

Earlier this year the hardworking staff noted that two Democratic Party apparatchiks – Peter Daou and James Boyce – had filed a lawsuit against Arianna Huffington, accusing the Blogeteria Queen of stealing the idea for the Huffington Post from them back … Continue reading

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Will Someone Please Remove Bill Keller From His NYT Column?

Like kids and matches or Tom Wolfe and a spaghetti dinner, Bill Keller and a newspaper column should be kept apart at all costs. As the hardworking staff has previously noted, New York Times staffers should have staged an intervention … Continue reading

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His NYT Magazine Column Will Be The Death Of Bill Keller

Consensus among the hardworking staff: New York Times executive editor Bill Keller, who’s apparently suffering from Mort Zuckerman Syndrome (pat. pending), should not be writing for his own paper. Or any other, for that matter. The new, attitudinal Keller emerged in … Continue reading

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The Scufflington Post

The acquisition of The Huffington Post by AOL has generated a wave of reactions – from Wow! . . . to . . . Huh?? The $315 million deal has also raised questions about the future of the blogeteria founded by … Continue reading

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