Monday, June 04, 2007

Stare, Salivate

Just came back to work after a grueling trip in Dagupan and Baguio last weekend (But Philip, Wilma, Melissa, Haidee, thanks for making our six- and eight-hour bus trips enjoyable). Back here in Manila, nothing changed much for me: Even after the elections, there's still much work to do. But please, just don't mind my incessant whine.

Meanwhile, you might want to take a look at the new and improved website of the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), the premier professional journal for journalists and media professionals.

About the redesign, CJR wrote:

"This is the new Web site for Columbia Journalism Review. It merges two previous CJR sites (CJR.org and CJR Daily.org), and we believe it will provide readers with more than the sum of the parts. Look for fresh content every day — sharp and timely reported press analysis from our online staff; deeply reported media criticism from the print magazine; specials and interactive features to advance the conversation about the performance and problems of the press; as well as some old favorites, such as Language Corner, a guide to writing in English, and Who Owns What, our guide to media ownership. We’re beefing up our coverage of political journalism with the relaunch of Campaign Desk, of business and economic journalism with a reinvigorated Audit column, and of science and environmental journalism."

Visit the website here.

Looking at the new and improved CJR site, I feel like a child staring and salivating in front a Legoland or Toys "R" Us store. Guys in the office and dear RV, let's get working to make a better site.

5 comments:

yasuren said...

waw. nkkapag-update. haha. sir may ads ung website nla e. di nakakatuwa.

bryant said...

haha. punung-puno ng ads e no? pero don't you think the content and the design compensate for the ads?

Robert Jaworski said...

Next time you're in Baguio, let me know. Masarap ang kape dito.

Robert Jaworski said...

Next time you're in Baguio, please let me know. Masarap ang kape dito.

bryant said...

hi sir robert,

yikes! sorry for not telling you i was in baguio last weekend. nailibre ninyo sana ako ng kape sa cafe by the ruins. hehe. sige po next time. thanks!

 
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