Friday, January 20, 2006

A Tale of Big Media- Remember Hutton? What was seen then was a commonsense judge with forensic skill deciding who had fulfilled their responsibilities in relation to a man at the centre of a storm, and who hadn't.

Dyke took it all very easily, until the judgement came in.

I felt a similar kind of feeling reading this article by Thomas Lifson concerning the fake photo in the New York Times. The American Thinker was the first online source to rumble the fake. The Times editor came out carelessly, roused by the ripples from the blogosphere, swaggering like a real Goliath; and Lifson was ready with some smooth stones. It's a great exchange, as Lifson's aim is true.

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