Reminder

Written By: - Date published: 5:00 pm, July 6th, 2009 - 12 comments
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1) Go read Editing the Herald.

2) Bookmark it.

3) Read it every day.

It’s the best thing on the Internet.

12 comments on “Reminder”

  1. I totally agree Ed, tis essential reading even for non-Orclanders.
    Every town should be so lucky, but then there are such riches within the lumpy folds of the Granny Herald

  2. lprent 2

    That article in the Herald about ‘ear-flick’ Mason was something thaat I got annoyed about reading the herald online this morning. I’m glad that Editing the Herald wrote about it.

    Aren’t the Herald journos ashamed to be associated with it. Even if they got it from radio station? It has been well established that Mason’s case had nothing to do with s59 either in the old law or the new law. Yet bozo journo’s continue to say that it does. You have to as if they keep their brains in their circulation rating file?

    • andy 2.1

      Aren’t the Herald journos ashamed to be associated with it

      They (NZ Herald reporters) are like strippers, proud cause they are good at what they do (propaganda), not so proud as to boast about where they work.

      [no offence to strippers intended]

      NZ Herald = Lowering the bar every day!

  3. He could keep the whole blog going tearing Garth George to bits every week.

    LOL.

  4. QoT 4

    Love love LOVE EtH. Especially after the threat of legal action.

  5. Lew 5

    Poor James. So many fans, so little time to blog. I reckon he needs to hire him a staff of minions and give himself a fancy title like Editor-in-Chief or something.

    The readin’ public demands it, James! Who are you to disobey the market?

    L

  6. Swampy 6

    Please, just get a life – along with that blogger. I haven’t watched the TV news for years, and stopped buying papers months back. Who cares about the Herald or any other newspaper, there are plenty of other news resources out there

    • QoT 6.1

      Still have time to leave pointless/ironic “better things to do” comments on other people’s blogs, I note.

    • Lew 6.2

      Swampy,

      Who cares about the Herald or any other newspaper, there are plenty of other news resources out there

      Which generally get all or most of their content from mainstream sources such as the Herald. Or whatever equivalent is local to them. So the question is: if you’re not getting your news from the usual sources, where are you getting it from, and what does this reveal about the preferred form or degree of predigestion you prefer of your news?

      L

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