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   (2014.08.24)

I ask yet again: When sword-wielding Muslims attack, even without a Koran in the other hand, who gets murdered first – the Jews or the homosexual? (Cases in point: Jonathan Goldsbie and Andrea Houston)

   (2014.01.16)

Local journo isn’t quite as clever as she thinks she is

   (2013.05.21)

I heartily cheer the demise of J-Source and OpenFile. And, boy, do I have documentation on their failings

   (2012.10.17)

Toronto journalists, a monoculture of a commentariat class, have a shared technical incompetence that made them a year late on the biggest journalism story of ’012

   (2012.07.31)

Globe and Mail publishing reporter John Barber allowed a serious factual error to creep into an article about the future of professional writers. But the Globe itself darkened that future

   (2012.07.16)

Does Sarah Nicole Prickett really think her hit piece on Aaron Sorkin means she’s got it made?

   (2011.11.15)

Months in the making, today I’m releasing Borked Unicode, a pop-up blog that aims to teach hacks (i.e., journalists) the minimum they need to know about Unicode. The goal is to make it possible for hacks to write clean copy.

   (2011.06.13)

The so-called Story Board blog deleted its own findings about “the least effective magazine editor [respondents] worked with in 2010.” Cowards

   (2010.12.20)

J-Source commissioned a story on gay money, then ignored my ass. So here it is!

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