After Bill Keller, the lame duck executive editor of The New York Times, wrote a column lamenting all the books written by Times writers, we thought some of these writers might be annoyed. We thought wrong.
“I laughed out loud,” wrote the business columnist Joe Nocera, author, with Bethany Maclean, of All the Devils Read More
The Social Network screenwriter, West Wing creator, and Making Movies playwright Aaron Sorkin has taken every available chance to assail bloggers that he’s been given. Incredibly, he’s been given many, and he continues to use them to take the opportunity to reiterate his tired anti-blogger rhetoric time and time again. Yet: his latest swipe—backhanded, sniveling, and skeptical of a proven New York Times reporter if only because of said reporter’s background as a blogger—is especially impressive.
The intro to Rep. Anthony Weiner’s video about how Fox described his remarks on health care, sum it all up.
On his radio show this morning, New York Post editor Fred Dicker didn’t think much of the New York Times story today on Sheldon Silver:
“Check out a story that’s in The Times today about Speaker Silver and the millionaire’s tax. This is one of the most egregiously flawed stories I’ve ever seen. Read More