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Morning Report for March 6, 2015

Orange County Register website’s new “evening edition” is heavy on entertainment, food coverage, and features. (ocregister.com) Andrew Lack is back at NBC News as chairman. (cnn.com) Newsweek is making a little money, and “we’re investing it back into the product,” says editor Jim Impoco. (nypost.com) Colorado girl, 11, launches blog that … Read More

Cathy Galvin's Gorgeous Sonnets

(Cathy Galvin is photographed by Paul McVeigh) Over the years, Cathy Galvin had forged a formidable career as a journalist and editor at The Sunday Times and Newsweek to name just a few. She has established herself as a powerful champion...Show More Summary

Stephen Colvin Joins Robb Report

Stephen Colvin, former CEO of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, is joining Robb Report as chief operating officer and president of its digital division, a new role at the company. Colvin comes to Robb Report from VC firm Lerer Ventures, where he served as executive in residence. Show More Summary

Actually, that 'off-target' 1995 anti-Internet column was amazingly on-target

Back in 1995, astronomer and computer expert Clifford Stoll wrote an article for Newsweek dismissing all the excitement about something called the Internet. It was headlined, "The Internet? Bah!" 

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1.  Look how Newsweek puts things in perspective: The bombardment was preceded by a large-scale Kurdish operation against Isis in northern Iraq, which saw 5,000 Kurdish fighters, supported by US-led coalition airstrikes, sweep around Mosul to recapture an area larger than the size of Andorra, Liechtenstein and San Marino combined. That large, eh? 2.  This […]

Now It's Transgender Head Transplants?

We are losing our ever-loving minds. An article in Newsweek takes the notion of performing head transplants as a treatment for gender dysphoria seriously. From the story: An Italian neuroscientist researching the possibility of human...Show More Summary

The Five Most Popular FBNY Posts for The Week

Here’s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days. Bill O’Reilly Threatens NY Times Reporter Cover Battle: Maxim or Newsweek And the Wackiest Oscar Headline Goes to… Elite Daily Readers: Elite Daily is Not a Good...Show More Summary

Cover Battle: Maxim or Newsweek

Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round we have Maxim versus Newsweek. Maxim’s latest cover features a classy, sophisticated and interesting photo that likely resulted in thousands of Maxim readers unsubscribing. Newsweek went a slightly different direction with its cover. Show More Summary

Newsweek Reprints 'American Progress' Report on 'Islamophobia Network'

The Islamic State is beheading Christians and sex trafficking young girls as it ruthlessly consumes everyone in its path. The Islamic group Boko Haram is wreaking havoc across Nigeria. An Islamic terrorist murdered Charlie Hebdo staff over cartoons. Show More Summary

Military expert: Russian snap military drills could turn into assaults on Baltic capitals

The Baltic states are becoming increasingly unnerved by the growing number of Russian military drills close to their borders, Damien Sharkov of Newsweek reports, Since the start of the Ukrainian crisis, Russia has been staging military drills close to the Baltic regions at an increasingly common pace. Show More Summary

Law School Survival Strategy From a Former Dean: Cut Tuition by 50%

Newsweek: Law Schools: Reform or Go Bust, by James Huffman (Former Dean, Lewis & Clark): Like it or not, law schools face real business challenges. Demand has declined every year since 2010—not just a little but by nearly 40 percent. The same number of law schools have 33,000 fewer prospective...

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Newsweek: With demand slumping and costs …

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Newsweek: With demand slumping and costs soaring, is legal education heading for disaster? Well, the folks at Newsweek know something about collapsing business models....

Epic Takedown: No Love For Rudy

Wayne Barrett, a former investigative reporter for Village Voice and now a Newsweek contributor, offers his response to Rudy Giuliani’s assertion that the President “doesn’t love America” in a deliciously blistering column at the Daily News: Rudy Giuliani knows a lot about love. Show More Summary

Could ISIS Forces Attack Italy?

"Italy Fears ISIS Invasion From Lybia," trumpets a headline in the Daily Beast. The prospect of such a thing initially seems silly and far-fetched, but author Barbie Latza Nadeau, who also contributes to NPR and Newsweek, explains why...Show More Summary

My Response to the Podcast That Unfairly Attacked Me

There is a new controversy brewing about whether a man should be allowed to comment on the challenges that women in technology face. A podcast on WNYC's TLDR blog site raised issue with my being quoted in a cover story in Newsweek about Silicon Valley's sexism. Show More Summary

My Response to the Podcast That Unfairly Attacked Me

There is a new controversy brewing about whether a man should be allowed to comment on the challenges that women in technology face. A podcast on WNYC's TLDR blog site raised issue with my being quoted in a cover story in Newsweek about Silicon Valley's sexism. Show More Summary

It’s Newsweek‘s 82nd Birthday

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishBowlNY

Newsweek, the magazine that will never die, debuted 82 years ago today. The first issue — then known as “News-Week” — sold for 10 cents. Fancier folk could opt for a year-long subscription for $10 a pop. Headlines from the 1933 issue included...Show More Summary

The 18 Wars of Arnaud de Borchgrave

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

The first war witnessed by former Washington Times editor-in-chief and Newsweek foreign correspondent Arnaud de Borchgrave, who died over the weekend from cancer at the age of 88, was one that he fought in. Lying about his age in order enlist in the Merchant Navy, de Borchgrave fought in World War II until he was wounded on D-Day. Show More Summary

D&S on PBS!

We are featured in an episode of the PBS show Religion & Ethics Newsweekly! It airs this weekend–here’s the schedule for our local station, WGBH: Saturday 2/14/15 11:30 AM WGBH World Sunday 2/15/15 6:00 AM WGBX 44 Monday 2/16/15 7:30 … Continue reading ? The post D&S on PBS! appeared first on Dollars & Sense Blog.

Netherlands is the Euthanasia Capital of the World, Will America and Britain Follow?

Newsweek has a long article–in which I briefly appear–exploring how and why the euthanasia monster broke its fetters to turn the Netherlands into ground zero for the culture of death (now seriously challenged by the even more death-enthusiastic Belgians). Reporter Winston Ross interviewed experts and the impacted on both sides of the issue, so you […]

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