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NH Dems Pick On Mr. Pickup

As former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) Hamlets the Granite State, the New Hampshire Democratic Party has cooked up a little something to help voters make up their minds. Via Politico’s Morning Score: The New Hampshire Democratic Party, seizing on the … Continue reading

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Ask Dr. Ads: What’s Up with the ‘Appreciative New Yorkers’ Bloomberg Brownnose Ad?

Well the Doc opened up the old mailbag today and here’s what poured out. Dear Dr. Ads, Say, that’s some magnificent ad on the back page of Saturday’s New York Times A-section, yeah? In case you missed it: Is that … Continue reading

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Public Editor Brands NYT’s Branded Content a ‘Delicate Balance’

As the hardtracking staff previously noted, the New York Times has been preparing to jump into the native advertising pool along with the rest of the sink-or-swim set. According to Advertising Age, the recently installed Times executive VP of advertising, Meredith Kopit … Continue reading

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Ask Dr. Ads: What’s Up With The ‘Reform Government Surveillance’ Ad?

Well the Doc opened up the old mailbag today and here’s what poured out. Dear Dr. Ads, I don’t read the New York Times much (I’m a Washington Post kind of guy), but I happened upon Monday’s edition and here’s … Continue reading

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DEATH AND SELFIES: Digital Media And The End Of Mortality

It’s the latest cultural tut-tutchstone: Everyone’s clucking about Selfies at Funerals, a Tumblr page that delivers exactly what it promises. Here’s a representative sample:        The site is the brainchild of Jason Feifer, a senior editor at Fast … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Businessweek Has The Best Front Covers

Last week:   This week:   Say no more.

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Sorry, New York Times: Twitter Is No ‘Titan Of Social Media’

From Friday’s New York Times front page: Except for this (via BrandonGaille): See that? Eight percent. Some titan, eh?  

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Free The White House Correspondents Whatever!

The White House press corps has revolted against the Obama administration and it’s about time. From MediaBistro’s FishbowlDC: WHCA Throws Photos in Administration’s Face A small thing, but a loud gesture. The White House Correspondents’ Association is stripping all official … Continue reading

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Herald Still Ain’t Seguin What Tyler Tweeted

As the hardreading staff noted yesterday, the Boston Herald has been uncharacteristically shy about quoting former Boston Bruin Tyler Seguin’s latest homophobic Twitter puck-up. Yesterday’s print edition of the feisty local tabloid didn’t even mention the incident, while this AP story on the … Continue reading

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NYT Book Reviewer Deconstructs Tsarnaev Brothers’ Social Media Narrative

Michiko Kakutani, the New York Times’ intrepid book reviewer, had a front-page piece in  Wednesday’s edition detailing the digital doings of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Unraveling Boston Suspects’ Online Lives, Link by Link It is America’s first fully interactive national … Continue reading

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