The Rules

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Friday, February 06, 2009

Buzzmachine blogger and new media guru Jeff Jarvis offers rules to live by in his new book What Would Google Do? Plus, candidate Obama compiled a list of 13 million email addresses – how will President Obama use that resource?


Jeff Jarvis

Singing in the Rain

The current economic situation has inspired several humorous musical and cultural responses.

Question of the Day:
Compose your own rhyme about the recession.

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Patient Abuse

WNYC's Fred Mogul discusses the report released yesterday by the US Justice Department alleging rampant abuse at Kings County Hospital.

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Prison Guard's Dilemma

Graham Rayman, staff writer for the Village Voice, discusses the recently indicted Rikers Island guards who used inmates as enforcers, leading to the beating death of an inmate.

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Grassroots to Governing

Zephyr Teachout, Tech President contributing editor, visiting assistant professor of law at Duke Law School, and former director of online organizing for Howard Dean, and Ari Melber, net movement correspondent for The Nation magazine, a columnist for Politico and a contributing editor for Tech President, look at ...

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Google is Great

Jeff Jarvis writes the blog, teaches at City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism, and is the author of What Would Google Do? (Collins Business, 2009). He talks about new media.

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Following Up: Seeing it Coming

Heidi Moore, Wall Street Journal reporter and lead writer for the Deal Journal blog, discusses the idea that no one on Wall Street saw the financial meltdown coming.

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Following Up: What’s That Smell?

Ed Shepp, marketing director at a risk management firm and perfume blogger, talks about how he predicted on the Brian Lehrer Show comments page the cause of the mysterious maple syrup smell before Mayor Bloomberg revealed it.

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Power Tripping

John Hockenberry, co-host of The Takeaway, on what he learned from his week on the West Coast taking an in-depth look at the future of energy.

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