Friday, September 24, 2010

Love that Media

You don't contact me to check your facts, let alone to ask for a quote. But then you write a big-but-empty story sourced from...public documents. And then when I reach out to you in the aftermath with an offer to discuss the story so that you can correct your various errors of fact and omission, you decline to respond. So what does that say about your motivations for writing the piece in the first place?

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