Today in unfortunate junk email juxtapositions.
Sounds like the Dallas Zoo…
Boy, today’s Today In History in the Post-Dispatch (web version) starts bad, stays bad and ends with a doozy.
I like that Siri can read notifications, but it went 0-for-2 on a message from my TV that “Southern Eel” is about to play “Illinois Street”.
Ten years ago today I was at an IRE boot camp at Mizzou in Columbia, Mo. learning how to be a data journalist. The Journalist’s Creed was written by Walter Williams, founding dean of the Missouri School of Journalism, in 1914.
I know page design is handled at a hub and very quickly by people with too much to do, but this sort of thing still snags my brain when I look at a paper. Three stragglers at the bottom of three columns, and one of them is hyphenated.
I realize I’m to the point in my life where if I do anything really good I’m going to be held up as an inspirational example like “he did his first X at age Y: it’s never too late to do that thing you want to do”.
“Today, an overwhelming majority of @stlpublicradio’s on and off-air staff are taking a historic step in becoming the first @NPR radio station in #Missouri to form a union… #WeMakeSTLPR (🧵)” @stlprguild on Twitter