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Dining, SFoodie A Food-Truck Backlash in Los Angeles, Who Wants a Menu-Definition App?

A Food-Truck Backlash in Los Angeles, Who Wants a Menu-Definition App?

Today's notes on national stories, local trends, random tastes, and other bycatch dredged up from the food media. 1. The backlash begins.  The L.A. Times has a great article looking at the state of the city's new-wave food truck scene…
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News, The Snitch NY Times: David Pogue's Articles Fair, Accurate, and Conflict Free

NY Times: David Pogue's Articles Fair, Accurate, and Conflict Free

Yesterday we wrote about the apparent dissonance between the way New York Times public editor Clark Hoyt described harsh treatment of small-time freelancers with apparent conflicts of interest -- they're fired -- and the reality of how the paper treats…
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News, The Snitch If NY Times Is So Damned Ethical, What's Up With Payola-Meister David Pogue?

If NY Times Is So Damned Ethical, What's Up With Payola-Meister David Pogue?

Regular Readers of The New York Times will be rushing to newsstands this weekend for yet another possible installment in a series by Ombudsman Clark Hoyt's that may as well be called "When It Comes To Enforcing Ethical Guidelines, We're…
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News, Matt Smith

Technology Disassembled

New York Times online tech columnist and CBS News contributor David Pogue is a real card in the geek world. He writes funny computer manuals. In speeches he sings songs about the computer industry to the tunes of Christmas carols.…
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Letters to the Editor

The Art of Graft Poguetry in Motion: In Matt Smith's column "The Free Press" , he quotes the New York Times' David Pogue as saying, "Every reviewer of services, of any kind — theater, music, restaurants, travel — gets…
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News, Matt Smith

The Free Press

I was working on my laptop last week when it suddenly appeared: the dreaded spinning pinwheel of death. It's a multicolored rotating ball that signifies one's Apple computer has momentarily frozen. The pinwheel spun, and spun, and spun. It turned…
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News, Matt Smith

The Free Press

I was working on my laptop last week when it suddenly appeared: the dreaded spinning pinwheel of death. It's a multicolored rotating ball that signifies one's Apple computer has momentarily frozen. The pinwheel spun, and spun, and spun. It turned…
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