Monthly Archives: November 2012

A word or two about Nick Kristof

If you don’t know who Nick Kristof is, you may feel just a little bit lost this week. Tomorrow, we’re watching the documentary film “Reporter,” about Kristof’s approach to reporting on some of the toughest subjects: famine, genocide, human trafficking … Continue reading

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Really, truly listening (is harder than ever)

Our senses don’t all operate at the same speed. As it turns out, our sense of hearing is faster than our other senses. It’s a survival mechanism: We are attuned to sounds that might pose a threat. Layer on a … Continue reading

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Best lead ever? You decide

Jim Romenesko posted this on his blog, and I have to say: We may have a winner here, ladies and gentlemen.

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