December 2006
Editor & Publisher;Dec2006, Vol. 139 Issue 12, p54
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The article presents brief discussions of several online columns that have been published previously. These include Greg Mitchell's "Pressing Issues," which focused on Alyssa Peterson's suicide in Iraq, Joe Strupp's "Get Me to Write," which featured the ousting of several editors and David S. Hirschman's "Newspapers 2.0," which discussed Google's auctioning of print advertisements for newspapers.


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