Gilliard: Jay,You're wrong. The Post doesn't want transparency. They didn't like the fact that they were challenged on a major issue of credibility a
January 19, 2006

Gilliard: Jay,You're wrong. The Post doesn't want transparency. They didn't like the fact that they were challenged on a major issue of credibility and factual error. Deborah Howell refused to conceed this major error and when challenged, they mischaracterized the response and then shut down comments..read on

AmericaBlog: The Washington Post today published an incredibly anti-gay comic strip for all of Washington...read on

Poynter: I hate to be one of those folks who points fingers at the "old media," especially since I both blog and write frequently for print, but Jim Brady at The Washington Post just doesn't get it in the same way Michael Kinsley didn't get it with the Wikitorial idea at the L.A. Times....read on

Terry Heaton. "Just because you don’t like the outcome doesn’t justify juvenile behavior like taking your ball and going home....read on"

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