Wednesday, September 8, 2010

This week's topic links

Sexism on the Campaign Trail

Krissah Thompson, The Washington Post: "Women's groups call out political sexism"

Double Standard on "Adult" Ads?

Evan Hansen, Wired: "Censored! Craigslist Adult Services Blocked in U.S."

Dawn Kawamoto, Daily Finance: "Craigslist Censors Its 'Adult Services' Listings: Refunds on the Way?"

Megan Woolhouse, The Boston Globe: "Craigslist not the only online site for sex ads"

Steve Safran, Lost Remote: "Blogger catches Boston Globe's site running 'adult' ads"

Jeff Jarvis, The Buzz Machine blog: "Regulating sex and speech"

ABC News After Westin

Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times: "The next president of ABC News will face big challenges"

Rating Surgeons

Denise Grady, The New York Times: "Consumer Reports is Rating Surgical Groups"

Timothy G. Ferris and David F. Torchiana, New England Journal of Medicine: "Public Release of Clinical Outcomes Data -- Online CABG Report Cards"

'Neuromarketing' the News

Joseph Plambeck, The New York Times: "Brain Waves and Newsstands"

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