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Wow. I've been busy.

Here's the official job-listing description of the post I'm vacating. Actually, it misses some things (I edit sports copy twice a week), but it's essentially right. Jeez. I've been busy.

The post is for the Daily Record, in Morris County, New Jersey.

Position is responsible for managing The Daily Record website 5 evenings a week, as well as the responsibility for how it appears the following early morning. Daily duties include editing Daily…


Added by Louis C. Hochman on April 26, 2010 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

AP gave in. This is a "website."

Since the Intrar-Web-Iverse first came onto the public radar, the Associated Press Stylebook — the style bible for news organizations everywhere — has insisted the Web is made up of "Web sites." Not websites. The thinking: Web is short for World Wide Web, and therefore a proper noun. A site is just a site. Ain't nothing proper about that.

But today, the AP gave in to overwhelming popular usage. Here's the e-mail I just got via my online stylebook…

Added by Louis C. Hochman on April 16, 2010 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

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