Catching up on Marzorati's Ethics.
Gerald Marzorati, you sadden me. Check out his speech at the recent UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism’s annual discussion on the future of the journalism. Photo credit: Huffington Post “The first responsibility [of a news company] is to its corporations and shareholders.” I finally got a chance to catch up with some bookmarked articles from the said conference....
My Journalism Crush.
Full out disclosure people : I am writing a lot more on this blog about journalism and my opinions of this industry. Mostly because I’m more heavily involved with the field both personally and professionally but also because I’m graduating with a journalism degree yet have so little appreciation for it. As an industry, it is largely inefficient, over sensationalized and...
The Significance of A Disaster.
Dusty memories crawl into my head as I take in a deeper breath and shakily reread the news of the earthquakes today. Admittedly, it rattled me (pun not intended). However encased as we are in the Rockies of Colorado, no one is truly immune to such shattering incidents (again, pun not intended). The largest natural earthquake in Colorado struck about 9 miles from the city of Trinidad late Monday...
Late night cravings
It’s funny how I haven’t changed one bit when it comes to food. My first love lies among the dishes of my childhood. Every smokey piece of lap cheong holds a dear memory and the significance of scallions on my chou fan? Unprecedented. Despite the bout of teenage anorexia and you know, the whole skittish unspoken recovery after that, I came away largely unscarred, a bit more truthful...