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Also, when driving, white people love putting their turn signal on about a half mile before the turn.  

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Irish women find flattery abhorrent, writes Emma Comerford, who says this is why they are advised against dating French men.

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Fifty years ago, on 18 March 1965, Soviet astronaut Alexei Leonov took the first space walk. Listen to Rob and Neil describing the struggles of that ground-breaking space mission whilst explaining some related vocabulary.  

I didn t even know Northface EXISTED until I went to a certain baby ivy school . It still amazes me as to why its so popular. White people LOVE being unique, but they all end up being the same

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I WANT A MILLION DOLLARS!!! Can one million RICH WHITE PEOPLE send me one dollar apiece, puh-lease????

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Im going to have to say this entire site is hilarious. ALL of you rednecks writing in with your shitty grammar also happens to be HILARIOUS. It adds character to this site. It also proves in fact that white people, white trash for the most part, are self righteous ignorant dip shits. Its funny because you see black people magazines. I always say, what if there was White People Magazine . I think black people (along with other races) would be pissed. BUT i am now reassured they would be pissed because all of the white trash would go running around with copies saying lookit what we made lookit here , we are the best USA wooo freedom acting like they never shit and piss excellence. i hate ignorant WHITE TRASH. get off your ass and join the military or get a job. get off your weak ass junkie ways. if youre not part of the solution you certainly are the problem. Thanks.  

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I agree with Tina. I would think that line drying vs. electric drying would not be enough to cause World War III on Jillee s very eye opening post. It s true that it saves a lot of money when you line dry clothing, but it is not always possible. Please think about things before you type/say them.

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School leaders say some of the children are going to class with their shoes duct-taped together or wearing clothes which no longer fit them.  

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What about non-white people who wear technical clothing eh? I m 1/2 yellow and 1/2 white and I wear a ridiculous amount of technical clothing. Although I always want to go camping, I m not so stupid as to think my buddy s going to call an impromptu session of hiking and paddling. I for one wear technical clothing because I m a paranoid bastard. When those zombies come, you want to be hunkered down in a makeshift shanty dressed in cotton, that retains water and chills you when the temperature drops? I think I ll stick with my technical clothing. I may look like a douche, but damn yo, how many hipsters look like douches and are just gonna be eaten by zombies because they can t run in their drainpipe jeans? Sheeit yo, it ain t just white people wearing clothing that works, that in itself is degrading to people of other shades. What, because I m 1/2 Chinese I can t be (paranoia-fuelled) practical? C mon!!  

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Rob Well, you know your saris well because that is the right answer. Well done! Now, before we go, it's time to remind ourselves of some of the vocabulary that we've heard today. Will.



16th September, 2016

Building a virtual dream team: 19 people, 12 countries, 8 time zones

How online tools, mutual respect, and a few extra travel days, helped me build an all-star team on a shoe-string budget in my second language. The story behind SembraMedia and our mission to empower digital media entrepreneurs en español.

15th September, 2016

Lightning Talk pitches are now closed!

Thanks everyone for your pitches! Look for volunteers asking you to vote for your favorites on Friday, Sept. 16. We will notify winners Friday evening, and winners will talk at 4p on Saturday. Cheers!

13th September, 2016

Advice from an old, crusty editor who doesn’t smoke cigars (anymore)

Aimed at people newish newish to the business and the people who have to manage them, from someone who’s been an online news manager for 16 years and now runs Reuters.com.

Key insights include: You’re smarter than everyone else in the newsroom. But that’s your deepest secret. Don’t tell anyone. 

Find the grizzled old hand who can teach you more with one withering glance than all your professors in J-School.

Never mention any of your professors in J-School.

Be bored and then do something about it. 

Let’s talk about something deeply personal for a minute. Are you ok? I mean seriously, are you really ok? Depression, anxiety - they’re incredibly common in the newsroom. Here’s some of what you need to consider in dealing with it in yourself and others.

13th September, 2016

Is it a raccoon-cat or a cat-raccoon? And what to do about it

John Oliver outlined the problem without proposing any solutions.  Here are six ideas.

8th September, 2016

Why we need solutions journalism

If we think of the media as a feedback mechanism for society then — like any feedback mechanism — it can encourage or inhibit all sorts of things. Depending on what gets highlighted and what gets overlooked — and how stories are framed — the media can accelerate social progress or do just the opposite. The question is: What kind of feedback is likely to enhance or diminish society’s capacity to solve problems?

One of the core assumptions in journalism is that the press helps society to self-correct largely by acting as a watchdog. Much of the time, reporters spotlight problems – i.e., provide negative feedback – with the goal of spurring reforms. We’re increasingly realizing that is incomplete. We need to promote health, not just attack disease. To do that for society, it’s not enough to know what’s broken; people need to know how problems could be, or are being, fixed. 

8th September, 2016

Media: Blended

Students today are producing newscasts, not for television, but the web. These newscasts take snatches of inspiration from the evening news of old, shows from today such as Vice, video podcasts, and comedy news shows and blend them into something new, original and far more targeted to their audiences. On the University of Nevada, Reno campus, students are producing Wolf Pack What, a You Tube program with no anchor desks, where news packages are just as likely to introduce absurdist elements as they are to be straightforward. This is reflective of the mindset of the next generation of journalism professionals, who draw from the best media of today and remix it into what will become the media of tomorrow. As traditional news fades, the latest generation of journalists is ripping up the rule book in this new digital age, making news not just informative, but funny and personal.

6th September, 2016

Leave no “@Mention” behind

Relationships are great, but one-sided relationships suck - even on social media. In fact, especially on social media. Many of us journalists never respond to or acknowledge his/her readers on social media when they reach out. Big mistake. Everyone talks about engagement, but how many of us actually engage? Give me five minutes to convince you why no “@mention” should go unnoticed.

6th September, 2016

Our workflow is generally horrible

Henry Ford did not build a better car. In fact, the Model T came with tools for when it broke. He built a better way to make a car. 

We need to do that with our industry.

We need to engineer tools that make publishing every type of content simple. We need to devise workflows that are straightforward, linear and logical. (gasp!) We also need processes that put our digital platforms, not our legacy products, first.

This is not complicated. In fact, what’s needed is simplification. Some suggestions. And some commiserations for what all we have endured.

6th September, 2016

Journalism is a strategy, not an industry

Amid all our enthusiasm about defending and improving information gathering and independent reporting in the modern web and data-backed era, we have misunderstood the implications of the great unbundling of great news media organizations. 

Journalism is a strategy to make communities better that needs to be spread, not a cohesive industry that needs protecting. The better we understand this, the easier it is to communicate why organizations with journalism DNA have more reason to share and support each other than compete. 

I’m Christopher Wink (Hi!), the cofounder of 25-person community news publisher Technically Media, host of the annual Barcamp News Innovation and the longtime organizer of ONA Local’s Philadelphia chapter. I’d love five minutes to share with you why I think this is such an important concept for our work.

28th August, 2016

From the Frontlines of Libya to the Trenches of Tech

In 30 years of broadcast reporting for ABC, CBS and CBC TV News the biggest pain in my daily life has been transcription. Like every other reporter I’ve simply accepted that we have to do it ourselves - or if we are lucky someone will do it for us. What I never imagined was that I would join a brilliant team of developers to revolutionize the routine of journalists around the world. I am totally unqualified to be a CEO and inventor, but having lived the pain and the problem of transcription I have a pretty good idea of what an automated solution needs to look like. It’s been a two-year odyssey and together we’ve done it. Our software is being used by NPR, the Washington Post, the BBC and others. We use artificial intelligence to create incredibly accurate transcripts in minutes that you can search, verify and share. I’d never have believed that Career 2.0 would find me in this role, I loved reporting. But creating Trint (transcription+interview) has been a huge challenge and real thrill. And it’s just beginning. We opened to the world in early September. There is a life after reporting!