The ivory tower of academia is very attractive to a lot of former newspaper editors, but it's not the only hotspot.
The 'women undersell themselves, men oversell themselves' issue continues, with The Awl comparing how different men and women freelancers pitch stories to them. Men are direct, women are apologetic.
Editors pen a note of appreciation to the editor's saviour: Google. Where else but Google can give the answer to questions like "do Burgher Sri Lankans have blue eyes?" and "is there a hyphen in 'strong, silent type'?".
Usually being a writer and being an editor was a complete different kettle of fish. But is it actually advantageous for a young author to work in the publishing industry or does that just cause writing and reading fatigue?
With the advent of self-publishing and blogs, we need good editors more (not less) than ever, writes Anne Trubek. We did the growing of the web, she says, now we need to do the pruning.
Forbes look at this year's power players in the fashion press for 2009, a year where The September Issue, Project Runway and America's Next Top Model all shook up the movers and shakers.