The Lion's Share Rather than attacking courts for unfavorable outcomes like the one in the Food Lion case, journalists should face up to their own shortcomings and be more careful in their reporting.
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Writing for His Life Ravaged by Lou Gehrig's disease, Brian Dickinson can't walk, talk, move his arms or fingers or even hold his head up. But thanks to an eye-activated computer, he keeps filing his columns for the Providence Journal-Bulletin--and he's doing some of the best writing of his life.
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Webward Ho! The chance to be a pioneer in an exciting new medium is luring traditional print and broadcast journalists to MSNBC on the Internet.
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