Gothamist.com is a popular news blog in New York City that averages over 30,000 unique visitors each day – frequently over 150,000 each week. That site has recently expanded to Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Starting Monday, I’ll be editing with my friend Mike Grass their Washington D.C. site DCist.com, which will enter a […]
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The New York Civil Liberties Union (affiliated with the national ACLU) has announced they will open a temporary storefront to provide information to media, police, protesters, and the general public about free speech rights and also monitor protest activity during the Republican National Convention in New York City, The storefront is located two blocks from […]
As reported in the New York Times: President Bush told a convention of 5,000 minority journalists on Friday that colleges should not give preferences for admission to the children of alumni, a position that put him at odds with his own history at Yale University. Mr. Bush made his remarks at the Washington Convention Center […]
My friend Scott Trudeau has finally gotten around to starting a blog at masterofnone.org. To get an idea of what do expect, check out his FAQ.
Barak Obama is addressing the Democratic Convention in Boston. (Text) ALSO: Viewers with sharp eyes might have caught a glimpse earlier tonight of former College Democrats Chair Jenny Nathan, who is on the floor serving as a page to the Michigan Convention. Also spotted, briefly after Obama’s speech, was former Michigan Daily photographer David Katz. […]
Ever wonder exactly what your professor was paid? How about the administrators and staff? You’re in luck since courts have ruled that it is in fact public data according to Freedom of Information laws. If you were curious what they earned in 2002, I have posted that data here. However, as the years go by, […]