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SR Sets the Pace

Does the New York Times read

Here was me on Feb. 19 bringing up the Harvard Implicit Association Tests.

Here was the Times on Feb. 20 bringing up the Harvard Implicit Association Tests.

Coincidence? I think not.

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  • Author comment by Steel Phoenix · February 22, 2009 at 11:40 am

    Big media started by ignoring the blogosphere, then they started to talk about it insultingly, then they started to reference it. Lately, it just seems like they report what we are saying. They are dinosaurs, and as they lose market share, they are cutting back by recycling what we write and dyeing it into wood pulp to be hand delivered to the elderly each morning, who will never know the difference. I welcome the demise of corporate spun news.

    On a side note, as Bill Krystal has repeatedly proven, they often don’t print things because they think they are right, but because people will argue it and thus get them attention. If they offer you a column, it may not be a compliment.

  • Author comment by Bradlaugh · February 22, 2009 at 11:47 am

    The probability of the New York Times offering me a column is, I should estimate, a tick or two below that of the Rapture occurring before I finish typing this comment.



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