stevenberlinjohnson.com. OK, one comment: Yay!
Archives for November 2002
and today he points to a San Antonio Current article about Clear Channel that demonstrates a point I’ve been making for years. The CDA was NOT the worst part of the Telecom Reform Act. It was a smoke screen to divert attention from the negative effects of the concentration of media ownership, which is much more efficient by any measure than overt censorship at ensuring that diverse views go unheard, unpublished.
to have a quintessentially Montreal experience, as meg hourihan described yesterday. “The cheeseman switched right over to English from that moment on. I insisted on French. Back and forth we went, but I wouldn’t budge a linguistical inch.”
There’s been a lot of discussion about changes to Goggle’s engine, but all I know is that when I slipped from the top of the list on a search for my name, all I had to do was make sure my name was in the title, not just mikel dot org.