@Jaskripcbs4 yes, it's called a library
@randyduax The entire history of humanity predating Google's existence leads me to believe the answer is yes.
Scot Philip Sherman i know i could. but its a good question for people
Jennie Baumback I have yet to commit to the cloud and only use their email. However, it is my primary email and that alone, would mess my world up.
Agne Baneviciute I don't think so. It has a really big market share and many companies and customers are using Gmail and Google maps and of course other products that are really important in ones lives.
@missphenom If he can't get his facts straight, he doesn't need to be a reporter.
@brainypintsizer Kurtz's biggest fail by far was opening his mouth without obviously actually reading the article in its entirety.
Frank J Miles He needs to go read Epistemology of the Closet before he writes another word about homosexuality and homophobia.
Larry Kelly Did an injustice to the young lady.
Anthony Palmer I wonder if Howard Kurtz will turn the spotlight on himself on "Reliable Sources" this weekend?
@JamieWilson There's no excuse for Twitter to not have had 2-factor authentication by now. Google, Facebook, Dropbox have it.
@ContentFac The user. Personal responsibility FTW!
@jeffkoslofsky Yes. there are many practices out there for users to be more secure. Change your password!
@AgustinaP To a certain extent, yes
Charis Kelly We are individually responsible for our account security. But a better PR move would have been the help us help you and here are some security tips approach
@lucasmillerwsu there's not a lot I wouldn't do for a 15% raise in this economy...
@jmgunter depends on where....
@LeslieAMarshall Love my job, but no.
Dan Chmielewski how about work really hard and exceed your goals
Brett Weese Yes.
Mediabistro Who's your all-time favorite White House Correspondents' Dinner performer?
@1001chicago Colbert. No question.
Michelle Maskaly Easy --- Seth Myers
Kelly Allen Stephen Colbert BY FAR. Balls. That guy has balls.
juan alderete Any answer other than Stephen T. Colbert, DFA, is wrong.
Mediabistro How do you feel about services that manage users' social media presence after death? Useful? Creepy?
@SteffaniMaxwell ...but I also think it depends on context; accounts parodying or honoring (usu. long) deceased can be interesting.
Adelyn Biedenbach kinda creepy/egotistical
Movable Content A tad bit creepy. But we can see why families might want to keep profiles open and alive for loved ones to see and pay their respects.
@nancola Maybe not. But I don't think we shd be giving him so much attention
@mbtrotter Clemente shouldn't have had the job to start. His social media presence was a warning station didn't see or, worse, ignored.
Katherine Wernier Not for cursing but maybe because he seemed like he lacked the on air skills.
David W. Reynolds Notoriety over talent. Wins every time these days.
Cierra Timpson Yes! You always assume your mic is on ALWAYS!
@mmaskaly I don't understand how it is sexist? She sounds like a dumbed-down version of Anna Wintour.
Rebecca Baker Gee, a boss acting like a boss. Stop the presses!
Lorraine Forte i see no reason why it is sexist. anyone who has worked at a paper knows editors can be very difficult, be they male or female.
Megan Walters Have you ever heard a male boss criticized for being "brusque?" What, are women supposed to simper and be passive aggressive, or just plain passive?
Joel Rogness The article is sexist? It doesn't seem to me to be presenting her in a particular light. I guess I disagree.
@MeganBungeroth This, I don't buy.
@MrsFridayNext FINALLY NOT LIBRARIAN!
David Hayes I'd argue freelance writer, working in journalism, not the corporate sector, etc, is worse
Scott Snowden The industry is so totally swamped now. Everyone and their dog thinks they can make a career as a journalist.
Rin-rin Yu I'm pretty sure most newspaper journalists chose the profession for those very reasons: the physical demands, work environment, stress and what they call "hiring outlook" I'll dub as "competition"
@lucasmillerwsu First instinct says no b/c Koch bros want to buy papers as part of a larger strategy to promote a political agenda
@hanelly Not without some serious friction.
Vivian Lake Of course not, that's why they're buying them.
Viktor Kovalenko Probably the papers can secure some editorial independence. But it depends fully on editors and their intentions to stay independent.
Justin Boucher I don't think either of those papers are "editorial independent" anyway!