Monthly Archives: March 2014

A photographers’s point about context well taken: Sticking Up for Jalen Brunson

When Photos Lie: Sticking Up for Jalen Brunson. But you be the judge. Advertisements

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Why would anybody talk to a reporter? The plight of the irreplaceable source

Originally posted on UNSOCIAL MEDIA:
Why should people talk to reporters? It’s a question that’s seldom raised among news people, which is too bad, because it’s an important one. When you think about it, that question goes to the foundation…

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Really, truly listening is harder than ever

I’m fascinated by listening and what goes wrong — and right — in human communication. And over the years, my conviction has grown that listening is if not the secret than one of the secrets to great interviews. I bet … Continue reading

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