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Aug
8
2005

I’m going to be on my way to San Antonio, Texas, where it’s something like a billion degrees Celsius (as opposed to San Francisco where it was 62 Fahrenheit today), to be on a panel with Craigslist Craig Newmark, and Bill Grueskin, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal Online and David Gyimah, a TV producer and lecturer at the University of Westminster which is in merry old (and cooler, I’ll bet) England.
The panel is part of a seminar for journalists and journalism professors “A Wake Up Call: Can Trust and Quality Save Journalism” and it’s the opening act, so to speak, for the Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Cool, huh? Here’s what moderator Leonard Witt says we’re going to talk about.
The really nice thing about not working alone is that I can point you, dear reader, to some other things around here.
While, I’m sweating in San Antonio, you might want to take a look at Deborah Klosky’s report from Blogher. She had a good time although I think she was feeling a little underappreciated. Or you can read Josh Trevino on a recent ChiTrib editorial. He continues to be less than impressed by Liberal’s approach to terrorism. On the other side of things, you can have a look at Christopher Brauchli’s unhappy take on the energy legislation President Bush signed earlier today.
A reminder: All the writers here on Politics From Left to Right are available via our Feedburner RSS feed.
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