My Pledge to NPR Helped Pay For Part of This Blog Post

December 1, 2008 at 10:10 pm 3 comments

This week’s On The Media was awesome (on a related note, do I put that in quotes or do I italicize the name of a radio program? Thanks Andrea!).  Because I know you are all busy people, here are the ones I’d like to highlight:

The Paper Market

God No!

You Are What You Is

In other news, Jon Corzine settled with his exgirlfriend’s brother-in-law (yeah I don’t get it either), but the best part is his name: Rocco Riccio.  Best name ever.

U.S. Media Thrive Worldwide, but Not U.S. Image

Next Year in Birobidzhan (Thanks, Ted)

How about a gas tax? (Thanks, Rob)

This is absolutely adorable.  And it’s about worms in love.

In other cute news, Bureaucrat Kitty

Another funny from FailBlog

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Entry filed under: Grammar, Jewish, New Jersey, New York Times, NPR, Politics.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Andrea  |  December 1, 2008 at 10:19 pm

    Rule 18.5 of The Bluebook (A Uniform System of Citation) says to cite radio broadcasts in italics with title, episode name if available, and exact date if available. Include the name of the company or network that produced or aired the broadcast.

    Law and Order: Tabula Rasa [<–in ital] (NBC television broadcast Apr. 21, 1999).

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  • 2. Simon  |  December 2, 2008 at 7:41 pm

    I don’t know if this is related, but Bureaucrat Kitteh was featured in my Managing People and Organizations powerpoint today. He’s everywhere…

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  • 3. emgusk  |  December 3, 2008 at 10:43 am

    Andrea: Thanks!
    Simon: That’s great. I think we should bring Bureaucrat Kitteh up in class Thursday…

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