By John Hewitt Some writers know exactly what they want to say. They merely have to start typing and passion flows from them. This doesn’t necessarily mean they write well, but they don’t sit around wondering what to write about. Most writers, however, need a little prodding. Sometimes they have great ideas, and sometimes they
By Shoma A. Chatterji To survive as a journalist in a world of cutthroat competition and to sustain high standards of performance over time, every writer worth his salt should build up a documentation library for himself. Some people also term this a clippings file or an archive of documents. This offers a thorough database
Here are a few good articles I’ve come across lately. I hope these get you through your Friday. Who’s the Biggest Loser in E-Books? If you guessed the authors, you’re right, at least when it comes to major publishing companies. This one is from the Freakonomics guys, so I would give the article some weight.
The New York Times is once again attempting to move to a pay model. It’s an interesting approach they are using. You get a certain number of free page views per month (I think twenty) but if you access more than twenty pages, you have to pay to see more. This is similar to the