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Death of UK papers = death of digital archives

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Media experts are worried about what happens to the archives when a regional paper goes bust.

A loss for the climate, but a victory for free speech

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

The Australian's continued scepticism on climate change may be bad for the planet, but it's a victory for independent editorial judgment.

Sacked journos get new (albeit poorer) life online

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Are you a recently laid off journalist? Are you seeking a future? Salvation is here on the internets! Start your own news site and begin your fabulous new and much poorer life online...

OK, OK, so sugar doesn't make you pay attention

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Kellogg's has agreed to settle federal claims that they falsely advertised the benefits of eating Frosted Mini-Wheats, including that children who ate the cereal got a 20% boost in attentiveness.

How social media’s viral networks are the new antibiotics

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Dana Elizabeth McCaffery died of whooping cough at four weeks of age, but she may the future face of social media disease advocacy in Australia, writes Craig Dalton.

Rundle's Friday drive-bys: terrorist/freedom fighters, right decline, renaming New Zealand.

Guy RundleApr 24, 2009

Guy Rundle's sort-of column containing all the bits too long-winded and obscure for media briefs.

Pulitzer won't save jobs in journalism's brave new world

Eleri HarrisApr 24, 2009

It appears even the holy grail of journalism awards can't save writers from unemployed destitution.

Gongs for Herald Sun's over-eager eulogising and a Yowie expert

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

The Friday edition would not be complete without a nod to the best ‘expert’ of the week: Tim the Yowie Man. Crikey intern Elly Keating.

The dangers of Craigslist hookups

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Using popular classifieds site Craigslist to find anonymous sex can have a dangerous result.

Pirate Bay judge accused of bias

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

The judge who found file sharing site Pirate Bay guilty of copyright breach has been accused of bias, after revelations that he is a member of several pro-copyright groups.

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