Read all about it. [Today] we change our name. A look back at where we’ve been.
Let’s welcome the International New York Times, formerly known as the International Herald Tribune. It shall be really interesting to see how this plays out and if it really affects anything at all as it’s a simple name change.
“Main thing is to publish. Blog, tweet, write, photograph, tweet, video, code, play around with data - or a combination of all of the above. a) it will keep your journalistic ‘muscle’ in practice. b) if you’re any good, you’ll get noticed. And bear in mind you can do these things at other places than conventional news organisations. Many businesses, NGOs, arts organisations, public bodies, universities, etc are now publishers of extremely high quality stuff. Good places to practise your craft before moving on…”—
Alan Rusbridger, The Guardian’s Editor-in-Chief, in response to a Redditor’s question: What advice would you have for a journalism student attempting to get into the industry at the moment?
“So let’s pretend that I get really drunk one night and I key you car because I am a dick. Actually, we really don’t have to pretend, I do all of that except key cars.”—Professor Kelts, the best fucking professor in the world.
I’ve recently started having a lot of hardcore work for college, and I need to have music playing in the background to stay focused. However, I found that I can’t listen to the music I normally listen to (Alternative for those who are curious) for the most intensive stuff. I’ve started listening to classical music for the intense stuff, does anyone have any suggestions (I want to try and avoid songs with any singing) for what I should add to my playlist?