A city commissioner in Portland, Ore., sparked something of an Internet firestorm this week with a pair of posts to his official city of Portland blog slamming the local newspaper, the Oregonian. In his original post, titled â€œGoing Richard Sherman on the Oregonian,â€ Steve Novick says commissioners feel attacked by the newspaperâ€™s â€œcriticism and contempt.â€… Continue reading Oregon city commissioner slams newspaper on official blog
One of the very first goals I set when I came on board as the Web editor at the Chronicle was to start a newsroom blog to give readers a bit of an inside look at how the paper gets put out every day. Cut to the point: We now have one. Our new assistant… Continue reading Chronicle starts newsroom blog
Faculty members from the political science department at Montana State University have started a blog to analyze state, local and national politics, the university announced this week.
A high school English teacher in Pennsylvania is fighting for her job after a post to her blog, in which she called her students “disengaged, lazy whiners” and wondered what is wrong with calling them out?
In which I recount my sketchy past relations with social bookmarking sites and tell why the imminent death of Delicious matters not to me.
The past week has seen a change in management at the Montana politics blog Left in the West.
A post from pro-Democrat blogger Montana Cowgirl caused a ruckus over the weekend. In the post, titled “The Fundamental Difference,” the anonymous blogger published a photo of Democratic SD-25 candidate Kendall Van Dyk posing in camouflage with a dead mule deer buck. The caption on the photo is “Man.” Next to that photo, the blogger… Continue reading Anonymous Montana political blogger angers readers with SD-25 post