Wednesday, October 12, 2011

This week's topic links

Protecting Students or Faculty from Embarrassment? 


Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "UM might limit recordings during class"

Caitlin Swieca, The Maneater: "Faculty Council discusses statement on academic freedom"

Caitlin Dickson, The Atlantic: "Brietbart Video Claims University of Missouri Teaches Labor Violence" "U of Missouri Epic Fail: No Amount of Context Can Defend Judy Ancel"

Unedited videos of Ancel and Giljum's class not available online and UM has refused to release them.

See full text of draft UM policy below.

In Death, Steve Jobs Gets Full Fanboy Treatment

ABC News: Good Morning America's first 30 minutes on 10/6 devoted entirely to Jobs

Paul Farhi, The Washington Post: "Steve Jobs and the media: For the most part, it was a love affair"

Walter Mossberg, The Wall Street Journal: "The Steve Jobs I Knew"

Huffington Post: "Steve Jobs Dead: News Sites Devote Major Coverage to Passing of Apple Visionary"

Hamilton Nolan, "Steve Jobs Was Not God"

Sarah Pulliam Bailey, "Depicting Steve Jobs in the afterlife"

Daryl Cagle, The Cagle Post, Cartoons & Commentary: "Steve Jobs RIP"

Fewer Long Stories in WSJ: So What?

Ryan Chittum, Columbia Journalism Review: "The Shorter-Form Journal"

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