Salon Video Dog:
(Reg. Req'd.) After squandering an entire decade on all-too-often embarrassingly cerebral journalism, online publishing
has clearly decided to finally get serious, making a concerted push to join the ranks of the internet's
. Good thing too, because it's all too hard
these days to find quality mirrors for the Star Wars Kid, the Exploding Whale, and freshly ripped clips from last night's
Stewart/Colbert broadcasts. Thanks, Salon!
posted by MaxVonCretin
on Dec 6, 2005 -
Salon Opens up Premium ...
sort of. Salon will now let you read premium content in exchange for viewing an ad. Is this a signal that paid content isn't working for them, a groundbreaking way to bring in ad revenue (as they claim), both, or neither?
posted by risenc
on Nov 20, 2002 -
Be thinkful? sure, whatever...
It turns out that Phil Donahue's new show is just a sort of left-wing version of Bill O'Reilly's. What a shock. Read how guests are ambushed and shouted down by the guy who "doesn't let the government tell him what to think".
posted by clevershark
on Aug 20, 2002 -
Salon suspends "Bushed".
Citing the need to "marshal our editorial forces to cover the global terrorism story," Salon EIC David Talbot has suspended "Bushed" a daily feature that takes a close, often critical, look at the Bush Administration. Does anyone buy his rationale? This reeks of journalistic cowardice...
posted by mattpusateri
on Sep 21, 2001 -
It isn't the circus YOU remember...
Why would the head of Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Bailey hire a former top CIA honcho to torment a hapless freelance writer for eight years? Plus, some goodies on the Felds family - makes for a long
but interesting read...
Interesting... I always knew there was a reason people feared clowns
but now it seems you need to fear the circus??? What has the world come to, I ask you???
posted by gloege
on Aug 30, 2001 -