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On The Right To Know Everything

Here’s an interesting piece from Hamilton Nolan arguing for a rather expansive journalistic mission. The cause is the recent unmasking…
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Journalism is not narcissism, writes Hamilton Nolan (gawker.com) Earlier: Hamilton Nolan speaks the unvarnished truth (jimromenesko.com)

Hamilton Nolan: ‘I feel like I’m obliged to speak the unvarnished (and sometimes mean) truth’

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I recently saw a Globe and Mail interview with David Carr in which he mentioned Gawker writer Hamilton Nolan and how “he will just step up and fill somebody with ack ack.” The New York Times columnist added: “I think to myself: Hmm,...

Elizabeth Wurtzel Writes About Herself Again. Memoir Finally Hits Bottom.

Issues & Causes / Feminism : DoubleX

Last week, Hamilton Nolan at Gawker created a minor online kerfuffle with his piece "Journalism Is Not Narcissism," decrying how journalism schools now teach and encourage memoir/confessional writing rather than training the next ge...

Holding Aggregators to Journalistic Standards

Media / Media Industry News : Columbia Journalism Review

Now I’ve got my rant off my chest, let me try to add a bigger-picture point to the noise surrounding Romeneskogate. The unanimous reaction to Julie Moos’s ridiculous piece has held little back: Hamilton Nolan called it “perhaps the ...

#throwbackthursday: A complaint about first-person journalism from 1971

Media / Media Industry News : Romenesko

The Atlantic Monthly table of contents for August 1971 (unz.org) I couldn’t find a link to Herbert Gold’s 44-year-old piece. Please let me know if you do. More recently: Hamilton Nolan: First-person pieces mostly “offer run of the ...

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