Yesterday’s News: This ran in Sunday’s paper, but if you didn’t read it, then you should. Photographer Luis Sinco wrote one of the most moving pieces about journalism, Iraq and PTSD we’ve read in, well, ever. To wit:
Sometimes, when things get hard to witness, I use my camera as a shield. It creates a space for me to work — and distance to keep my eyes open and my feelings in check. But Miller had no use for a photojournalist. He needed a helping hand.
Out-Foxed: The writers strike is only going to make Fox richer. Wow. If you’ll excuse us, we’re going to go back to cutting ourselves.
Speaking Of Writing For The Internet: Here’s a review of quarterlife, the new Web show you’re not watching.
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