Rupert Murdoch drags his journalists back to the typewriter - Cooma Monaro Express Rupert Murdoch drags his journalists back to the typewriter - Cowra Guardian 08/29/2014 - 12:30 pm | View Link
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A&E to take a stake in Vice Media at $2.5 billion valuation - Yahoo! Finance Time Warner Pulls Out Of Deal That Would Have Valued Vice Media At ... - Atlanta Journal And Constitution 08/29/2014 - 6:07 am | View Link
Typewriter Noise Fills Newsroom Of Rupert Murdoch's Flagship ... - Atlanta Journal And Constitution Typewriter Noise Fills Newsroom Of Rupert Murdoch's Flagship ... - International Business Times 08/27/2014 - 11:25 am | View Link
Turner Broadcasting offers buyouts to cut about 600 jobs - USA Today Time Warner Offering Buyouts to Turner Employees - BusinessWeek 08/26/2014 - 1:52 pm | View Link
Rupert Murdoch’s old school is quite creepy, ask London Times reporters Rupert Murdoch must be feeling nostalgic: Reporters in The Times UK’s newsroom are working under a constant soundtrack of (artificial) typewriter clatter. It’s an experiment to “increase energy levels,” and for a generation of reporters who grew ... 08/31/2014 - 10:05 am | View Link
Pussy Riot take swipe at Rupert Murdoch EPA Pussy Riot members have taken a swipe at media mogul Rupert Murdoch during their visit to Australia. Members of punk band Pussy Riot have taken a swipe at media mogul Rupert Murdoch during their visit to Australia. While discussing how to get rid of ... 08/31/2014 - 2:06 am | View Link
Book review: Hack Attack: How the Truth Caught Up with Rupert Murdoch, by Nick Davies It did not seem a big story when in 2006 a journalist and a private investigator were arrested for the illegal phone hacking of three Buckingham Palace staff. The News of the World dismissed the journalist as a rogue. However, Nick Davies of The Guardian ... 08/29/2014 - 3:00 pm | View Link
Rupert Murdoch drags his journalists back to the typewriter Reports that the greatest living Australian is whipping some of his London serfs into a frenzy has brought tears of nostalgia to the eyes of many a superannuated journalist. Rupert Murdoch has installed a loudspeaker in the Times newsroom that pipes out ... 08/29/2014 - 5:12 am | View Link
Typewriter Noise Fills Newsroom Of Rupert Murdoch's Flagship Newspaper, 'The Times' In Bid For Excitement, Nostalgia Rupert Murdoch’s flagship London newspaper, The Times, is now broadcasting the sound of typewriters into its newsroom to motivate and amuse reporters, many of whom likely have never clanged away on “hot metal” to write a news story. Journalists ... 08/27/2014 - 4:15 am | View Link
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A Florida man accidentally shot himself and a co-worker while teaching the other man how to shoot a gun.
The man acting as instructor shot himself in the finger Sunday afternoon while trying to unjam a 9-mm semi-automatic handgun, police said.
The bullet then wounded the other man in the thigh before embedding itself in a wall, reported the Orlando Sentinel.
“One of them, I guess, thought he could teach the other he could shoot,” said Sgt.
A California high school has retired its Middle Eastern-themed mascot and accompanying belly dancers and redrawn its logo after criticism from Arab-Americans that they played on harmful stereotypes, a group advocating for the change said on Monday.
Coachella Valley High School agreed to use a new image of a stoic-looking Arab man to represent its sports teams, dubbed “the Arabs,” said Abed Ayoub, a spokesman for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, which worked with the school to choose the new logo.
The new image of a man wearing a traditional Arabic head scarf and an indiscernible facial expression, will replace the hooked-nosed, growling man that adorned various spaces, including the basketball court, at the high school for decades.
“The old logo was very offensive.
It’s enough to make you choke on your Chablis. In France, the land of good food and world-famous wine, seven of out 10 people admit they are far from connoisseurs when it comes to the grape.
Responding to the question: “Do you have the feeling you have a good knowledge of wine?” a surprising 71 percent of French people replied in the negative, with only three percent saying they had “a lot” of knowledge.
It appeared that social class has a great deal of influence over one’s wine appreciation — 43 percent of white-collar workers claimed to be connoisseurs but only 16 percent of blue-collar employees.
Polling company Viavoice said this showed a “very elitist” approach to wine in France but also the “real or imagined feeling for several households faced with tight budgets that they cannot afford quality wine.”
Viavoice surveyed 1,015 adults between May 28 and 30 for the poll that was published in the Terre de Vins magazine on Tuesday.
A Russian official is complaining that EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso breached confidentiality when he quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying Moscow could take over Kiev in two weeks if it wished. Yuri Ushakov, a presidential aide, told reporters in Moscow on Tuesday that Putins statement was quoted out of context and carried a completely different meaning. Ushakov says it was unworthy of Barroso to speak publicly about a private conversation.