That said, there are things too insubstantial even for a blog. That and the need for self-promotion are the main reasons I've taken to Twitter. The bar for a tweet is not so much low, as it is sitting on the ground. Nonetheless, there are a few that feel like they might be worth sharing, either because I liked how they turned out or in parentheses far more frequently) they cite some article that might be of interest to our regular readers.
The evillest place on earth. Disney's chilling response to a critical LA Times story. @jayrosen_nyu @Sulliview https://t.co/vUA6CwRtaL— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 4, 2017
Given that for years, John Tierney was the face of New York Times science writing, anything by Brad Plumer has to be a vast improvement. https://t.co/VjjfWcGKjs— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 4, 2017
Someone should do a dangers-of-concentrated-media-power on this and Disney's attack on the LA Times. @Sulliview @jayrosen_nyu https://t.co/3n5K4nCJEF— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 6, 2017
Keep in mind, YouTube is a monopoly/monopsony owned by a monopoly/monopsony with a history of abusing its power. https://t.co/WUwABkZp4h— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 6, 2017
GOP “tax reform” spin relies heavily on journalists not understanding how marginal rates work.— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 7, 2017
It is getting more and more difficult to tell whether a story came from New York Magazine or Goop. https://t.co/kAgOi2Sow3 via @strategist— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 7, 2017
Abuses of media monopoly power have been come increasingly flagrant and dangerous. Disney cannot be allowed to just walk away from this. https://t.co/82rCIScujZ— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) November 7, 2017