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  • Oxford Dictionaries Names Selfie the Word of the Year (November 19, 2013): Selfie is the new word of the year, according to The Oxford Dictionaries.

  • Neil Gaiman Takes Over the Book Section of The Guardian for a Day (July 27, 2013): Bestselling author Neil Gaiman was given absolute power over the Books section of The Guardian -- for one day. He actually had to work quite a bit.

  • New Orleans Becomes Biggest City Without a Daily Newspaper (May 24, 2012):

  • Jack Shafer Warns Journalists: Always Be Looking for Your Next Job (August 29, 2011):

  • London Evening Standard to Go Free (October 5, 2009):

  • Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn Win 2009 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for Lifetime Achievement (August 20, 2009):

  • Bob Woodward Talks Investigative Journalism (July 3, 2009):

  • Universities Obtain Standring's Column Writing Advice Book (June 4, 2008):

  • Thomas Friedman Suffers Pie Attack at Brown University (April 29, 2008):

  • Death By Blogging (April 10, 2008):

  • CBS May Outsource Newsgathering to CNN (April 7, 2008):

  • The Fact Checkers Unit (October 3, 2007):

  • Goodbye to the Hyphens (September 26, 2007):

  • TimesSelect Is No More (September 17, 2007):

  • Paris Hilton Sues Hallmark Over Greeting Cards (September 13, 2007):

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