Are the editors and agents who said it would be impossible to write or publish a worthwhile postgame recap of the 2008 election having second thoughts now that the race has turned out to be so much fun?
Michael Takiff, an oral historian preparing to go out with a proposal for Read More
In today’s paper, we talk to a whole band of reporters and editors who tell us that conventions have always been tough to cover, but this convention this year–where there’s a Google Big Tent, a Huffington Post Oasis, a campaign that prefers text messages to reporters, a demand for more web items, web videos and Read More
Last night, at a Politico party at the bar Mynt on Market Street in Denver, the Washington Post‘s new editor Marcus Brauchli stood off to the side of the bar with a bourbon-rocks in hand.
"I haven’t really started yet, so I’m not ready to talk," he said.
But here is what we can tell Read More