Ben Smith’s explosive column in The New York Times seizes on the reporter’s alleged lack of rigor, but mistakes his target for a movement.
Elizabeth Lopatto"As long as a reporter isn’t too earnest and doesn’t seem like they actually want to change the world, then doing world-changing reporting, to their peers, remains dignified and laudable."
Earlier today, the United States filed a civil complaint to forfeit a rare cuneiform tablet bearing a portion of the epic of Gilgamesh, a Sumerian epic poem considered one the world’s oldest works of literature. Known as the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet,...
The man atop the world’s biggest tech fund paid for a campaign that included negative news stories, a concocted shareholder campaign and a sexual trap, people familiar with the matter say. A Misra spokesman said he did not orchestrate the effort.
Lessig accuses the Times of "clickbait defamation"
Elizabeth LopattoLessig is demanding financial damages from Bowles, The New York Times Company, Times business editor Ellen Pollock, and executive editor Dean Baquet — although the latter is confusingly called “Daniel Paquet” on the cover sheet.
From time to time I am asked by young people for advice in matters of work and life, generally by people who have mistaken my age for seniority. I don’t really have any advice, though, is the problem, beyond ...