Comments on: Bill Keller’s war on the Internet keeps the Times down Where media and technology meet Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:48:25 +0000 hourly 1 By: dbobsnodgrass Fri, 20 May 2011 21:03:08 +0000 #TwitterMakesYouStupid Discuss. My comment didn’t show up @nytimes, or my “User Account Banned” – ? @BostonPhoenix

Thanks to @whet @ The 312 – Chicago and “The New York Times’s Bill Keller comes to bury Twitter…”

Best of all, @psychcentral – “Psychology and mental health information and support…” and “8 Reasons Why Twitter Can Make You Happy”

Perhaps, Mr. Keller is just using one of the world’s first social networks – gossip!?

Bill Keller @nytkeller view full profile → 21 Tweets 130 Following 19,413 Followers 872 Listed Executive (((#Twitter #disabilities))) Editor – The New York Times.

By: jjbb Fri, 20 May 2011 14:20:18 +0000 I used to work at the Times and at one company-wide meeting Keller gave a 10 minute speech on why the Times format is better than blogs. No thought to the fact that there are blogs on or that the two can co-exist. Regardless of his labored attempts to embrace the Web, he is an old school journalist, wistful for the “good old days” of one-way editorial communication and will never fully get the Web. That’s why they need to replace him with someone who truly buys into the Web. But to do that, senior management would have to as well, and they don’t. They just pay lip service to it and will never embrace it fully themselves.

By: Michaelm1 Fri, 20 May 2011 00:28:10 +0000 “While having brunch with an ex-Times employee in January she said to me ‘we weren’t allowed to read the Huffington Post—they say it’s the least reliable source on the Internet.\'”

Should we infer that the New York Times feels the user-generated content on Wikipedia is more reliable and stable than the edited content on Huffington Post?

Where do Times reporters turn for their research? I’m not sure I can handle the truth of the matter. Thank Goodness I don’t get my news from the Times (or the HuffPost or Wikiepedia).

By: resinaus Thu, 19 May 2011 20:24:40 +0000 Re: “But this begs the question:” — so you are saying that for an assertion the conclusion is implicitly included in the premises? I think you have used this phrase incorrectly…