I guess I should admit that I occasionally recycle points and lines in my blog and in speeches and workshops. I don’t think I do this in the way that Jonah Lehrer did in his New Yorker blog. I think Lehrer crossed a noteworthy line and I don’t think I have. But I do recycle. […]
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Posted in Ethics, tagged Craig Silverman, Gutenberg Museum, Jim Romenesko, Jonah Lehrer, journalism ethics, Kelly McBride, New Yorker, originality, Quill, Scott Leadingham, self-plagiarism on June 24, 2012 | 9 Comments »
Treat your job hunt like a big story. Just as you research a source thoroughly, looking for clues and connections, you do the same with a prospective employer or company. If the employer blogs, read lots of blog posts. Read stories by and about people who will be interviewing you. Follow them on Twitter. Just […]
I will be a panelist tonight at a program at the American University School of Communication: “Making the Most of your Internship.” I was asked to start with five tips that journalism interns should follow: Ask lots of questions.
Posted in No Train No Gain, Workshop handouts, tagged Al Tompkins, Chip Scanlan, Daniel Finney, David Shedden, Eric Nalder, interviews, narrative journalism, Roy Peter Clark on September 8, 2010 | 2 Comments »
This is the handout for my workshop on personal interviews. I used to do this workshop quite often, but haven’t done it for a couple years. The handout was originally posted at No Train, No Gain. I am posting some of my NTNG handouts here, with some updating, because NTNG is no longer online. Narrative […]