Where's the Real News?
The Media "Is" or "Are"?
Edward R. Murrow: The World's Greatest Classroom?
The Tabloid Mind
"51% of Americans Think..."
Is Violent TV/Film Content the Only Question?
I Don't Love C-SPAN!
"Talk" and the Town: Can media and community co-exist?
The Paranoid Frontier: White supremacy, radical militias,
anti-Semitic Christian Identity & "ZOG." Their paranoia and--to be fair--my own.
The Scarlet "W"
Who Is Truth?
The Real News on Jean Houston
Review of "Slate": Michael Kinsley's new cyberzine
prompts a meditation on the old Esquire.
Matters of Consequence: Analysis of Gingrich Ethics Case
The Media Virus in Heaven's Gate
Deep and Deeper: Deep Blue vs. Kasparov:
IBM asks: how can we make computers as smart as humans? We ask: how can we make humans as smart as humans?
The Ellen Affect: The best love story (in the larger sense)
we've seen in a generation.
The "Liberal Media" Debate: A false argument that distracts
us from the effects of corporate conglomeration.
Some Things Considered: Review of Ben Bagdikian's
"Media Monopoly" in its fifth edition: We're in trouble and much of the public isn't aware or couldn't care less.
The Media's Ethical Role in Grand Jury Leaks
(with a letter exchange with Jeff Greenfield).
The News Examiner: A column examining pathology
in the newsmedia and politics during the impeachment crisis.
Media Reform as a Political Issue: Speech in Washington DC,
televised nationally on C-SPAN, October 1998.
The Propaganda Coup: Media assist conservatives in creating a
Constitutional crisis out of thin air.
"Star Wars Episode I" portrays anti-Semitic stereotype?
Electoral Adult Ed: Local Political Reporting in Santa Barbara.
Campaign & Media Reform: Intertwined
BureaucRATS -- in Corporations and Government
The Golden Deceivers
Passive Voice: Ashcroft Leans Back in His Chair
Brief Bio of Jane Prettyman