Monthly Archives: May 2007
They also have a new site.
The New York Times has an interesting reader question and answer segment with editors and reporters. The latest one is with Matthew Purdy, investigation editor: “The best reporters are humble enough to ask “dumb” questions (two or three times, if … Continue reading
I’m not a lawyer, but Glenn Reynolds, from Instapundit and Eugene Volokh are law professors. The point they make about the cease and desist letter sent to Foothill Cities is why did a city attorney get involved: “Even assuming Alvarez-Glasman … Continue reading
Foothill Cities is certainly getting a lot of attention lately, some of it unwanted of course. We have a short story on Pomona’s slap at muzzling the anonymous bloggers, and Newsweek picks up the Pasadena (via India) Now story, which … Continue reading
Larry Wilson, Pasadena Star News editor, gets a couple of chuckles out of me for this column on the Pasadena (via India) Now venture.
Unbelievable. So the city of Pomona’s response to big bad Foothill Cities talking about allegations concerning a public official is to send it a cease and desist letter. So now, instead of commentators on the web, the city of Pomona … Continue reading
We always get complaints about our local coverage, sometimes deserved, sometimes unrealistic, but is this the answer? UPDATE: Foothill Cities picked up on the “new” way of local reporting, and LAObserved gives them a nod.
Warren Fonteneau, a reader, has asked some interesting questions about editors: “I believe in fairness to all the SGVT readers, we should know who you are. As an example 1) Where did you grow up….in the San Gabriel Valley? Did … Continue reading
I imagine some people might agree with this.