1. Breaking News – Watching it Unfold

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    April 23, 2013 by ehempstead

    One of the best parts of technology, especially on the internet, is the ability to edit. So, of course, news …
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  2. Bullet Points for No Reason

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    April 23, 2013 by ehempstead

    Today I shall look over the Madison Courier article ‘Technology improving in local schools‘ by Renee Bruck, published 4/18/2013. This …
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  3. The Ethics of Journalism: How to Destroy Lives and Not Get Fired

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    April 5, 2013 by ehempstead

    When we covered ethics, it was mostly concerning lying. Is it all right to lie to get information? How low …
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  4. It’s a Bit like Pokemon

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    February 1, 2013 by ehempstead

    What opening should I use for today’s blog post? Today, I’ll be looking at leads and openings. We will test …
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  5. Sympathetic Nuances

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    January 25, 2013 by ehempstead

    As I was looking for a post to talk about–preferably┬ásomething about interviews, so as to keep it relevant to the …
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  6. It’s About Time

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    January 19, 2013 by ehempstead

    My friend Charlotte linked me a troubling article yesterday. Admittedly, I’m very biased when it comes to feminism, as I …
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  7. Well, let’s start somewhere.

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    January 12, 2013 by ehempstead

    Last week we discussed what exactly journalism is, especially with the advent of such things as the internet and the …
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