Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Publishing Chat

Nice effort by Paula Span of the Washington Post and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, the follow up to the PA story.

My question from LA concerned infringement, but she declined to cover it being it is a legal matter. Publishamerica has responded by trashing with ad hominem attacks and fallacious misinformation. Classic PA. While some are calling for a response she has refused to give one. It's different matter for Dee Power, Rebecca Easton and the lead of her story Kate St. Amour. PA called Easton a mental case, Span a liar and Dee Power a fraud and a liar. This is libelous but the proof of damges is the killer for such online slams.

I wonder what the "fringe lawyer" will say?

Not surprisingly PA is touting the AP article by Hillel Italie as an endorsement. That's what faux objectivity makes room for.


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