Here’s the latest from David Carr, about the iconography of beheading.
Here’s the new issue of Common-Place, a terrific site about history, complete with a mystery story about a “missing” congressional election in Massachusetts in 1814. Hmmm. . .
Here’s a discussion on NPR’s “On Point” about my friend and colleague Mitch Zuckoff’s new book on Benghazi.
Here’s an inconclusive report on the resignation of the executive editor of Politico. (Reminder: one of the “5 W’s of journalism” is “WHY?”) Hmmm. . .
Here’s where the Times‘ public editor Margaret Sullivan wrestles with the issues raised by doing “profiles in the news.”
(Preview: not all the people journalists cover are admirable; deal with it.)