“She was wearing a Rolling Stones T-shirt, the one with the sassy tongue sticking out.”
Syndicated columnist, David Ignatius, recalling the young Benazir Bhutto, as a cub reporter at Harvard.
“When we do foolish things, they come back around to bite you.”
Arizona Republic reader commenting on the ‘mistake” a Mayo Clinic doctor made in using a cell phone to photograph the tattooed “member” of a patient.
“We bring an energy-sapping debate to a close.”
Warner Music CEO, Edgar Bronfman in a message to employees about making available music in MP3 format on Amazon.com.
“They didn’t want to be part of the conversation; they wanted to be the topic of the conversation.”
Todd Defren on the bastardization of social media where a company like to mark off the check box, but unwilling to engage with people.
“Women must not only be presenting the news, they must be making the decisions that determine what gets broadcast in the first place.”
Katherine Rake, director of the Fawcett Society, commenting on a study that found under-representation of women in newsrooms.
Merriam-Webster’s 2007 word of the year, voted by readers. The word, comprising two zeros between the letters w and t, is an interjection, an expression of joy similar in use to the word “yay,” says MW.
“I have been thrilled, and a little surprised, by the genuine disbelief that a cabinet level agency could have started a legitimate blog complete with criticism and contrary opining.”