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Santa, Please Give Me Less Digital Stuff for Christmas!

Santa, Please Give Me Less Digital Stuff for Christmas! by Jack Dermody Once upon a time, like in the eighties, we all went gaga over computers. I couldn’t get over how easy it was to be a writer. No more … Continue reading

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Why Headlines Are So Misleading

Why Headlines Are So Misleading by Mary Ellen Stepanich Do you know why the headlines in newspapers are so lurid, and why they seem to have very little to do with the article that follows? It’s because the journalists who … Continue reading

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Exploring Newspapers for Inspiration

Exploring Newspapers for Inspiration by C.K. Thomas For a couple of years way back in the 1980s, I worked indexing The Arizona Republic and The Phoenix Gazette for inclusion in a searchable database reporters could access from the computers on … Continue reading

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