A test of ‘disinterestedness’ is the reaction of those who consume the news.
Aim to create a story that evokes a connection with the readers rather than just providing factual information. When writing
Rather than focusing on political tactics and news cycle spin, we focus on creating jobs. The Clintons have a brilliant job-creating (and deficit-reducing) record from the years of the Clinton presidency and can play an extraordinary role in generating new ideas.
With information as abundant and instantaneous as it is, what's valuable nowadays is the ability to distill that information and interpret it.
So, here we are: a world of commentators, Tweeters, bloggers, and citizens with one of the most powerful tools developed in the history of mankind (the Internet) at our fingertips, literally, but how do we plan to use it? And, what is our collective responsibility?
I've been noticing a trend in conversations with consumers. There's a growing awareness that our media diets are killing us, and an accompanying resistance to do anything about it.
The Get Your War On guys have an honest and frank discussion about the role of media in our lives.
President Obama is a serious man trying to rescue a frivolous trivialized nation with the attention span of an inebriated jellyfish.
And then he meekly ended this string of embarrassments by announcing that he would, after all, attend the first debate. [Public