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paulbalcerak / week in review

Ask me anything   Submit   Everything I want to remember from the week, pulled from my blog, Twitter feed and Delicious account, and the occasional original Tumblr post.

"Two days ago on his radio show, Glenn Beck called Mike Huckabee a “progressive,” a word which, in certain circles, carries the same stigma as “serial killer,” “rapist,” and “zombie Dracula” all combined in one."

I don’t really care about this story, but anyone who can work “zombie Dracula” into his column is OK in my book.

Huckabee Slams Beck, Calls Him ‘Inept’ In Response To Michelle Obama Comments

— 3 years ago with 1 note
#zombie Dracula  #Jon Bershad  #writing  #blogging 
Personal Blogging at Work Increases Productivity →

1) Writing — storytelling and effectively communicating thoughts to others — is a highly underrated skill. 2) At least half the stuff on my résumé came from reading and writing blog posts.

Just some things to think about.

— 3 years ago
#blogging  #work  #career  #productivity  #writing  #reading 
Libya Live Blog - March 9 | Al Jazeera Blogs →

Today in awesome: Al Jazeera’s Libya live blog. This thing is absolutely prolific. Great source.

— 3 years ago
#al jazeera  #libya  #blogging  #live blog 
Temporary Blog Home Is Here

My only New Year’s Resolution was to start hosting my WordPress blog on BlueHost and to learn how to run a self-hosted blog. As with any learn-as-you-go endeavor, I’ve encountered a few roadblocks; the latest one has prevented me from posting anything new (though it’s still visible and functional to visitors).

For the time being, my Tumblog will serve as home.

I’ll have a full rundown of what I did wrong, and how other newbs can avoid my mistake, once I’m back up and running.

In the meantime: please don’t crash, Tumblr.

— 3 years ago with 4 notes
#blog  #blogging  #bluehost  #wordpress 
"There’s no basis whatsoever for the B.S. charge that revealing a point of view of necessity compromises the integrity of the actual information purveyed."
— 4 years ago
#blogging  #bias  #media bias  #journalism  #future of journalism  #reporting  #political bias 
How The Mainstream Media Stole Our News Story Without Credit →

Great story about how MSM stole a blogger’s story (which, by the way, happens all the time). via @jayrosen_nyu

— 4 years ago
#MSM  #plagiarism  #blogging  #bloggers  #citation  #proper credit  #linking  #link journalism