Posts From r2_reynoldscenter

Rule 1 on VIP interviews

As I write this, I have been preparing for an interview with Gary Locke, the U.S.

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U.S. business school deans rank business media

Deans of 60 U.S. business schools rate Dow Jones, including The Wall Street Journal, as the

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Advice from an old guy, unchained

Memo: To young journalists When I was your age, I walked 20 miles through the snow

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Listen to Bezos: Don’t be boring

“Don’t be boring.” This isn’t just a consistent theme of my posts here but what the

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Crowdsourcing with Facebook’s Social Graph

By Walter Pacheco A business reporter on deadline a while back asked if I knew anyone

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Dick Weiss, Joe Winski new Reynolds Visiting Profs

Two veteran journalists have been named Reynolds Visiting Business Journalism Professors at California State University, Fullerton,

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Building good news judgment one lesson at a time

For most of my career, one of the most important questions bosses would ask about a

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13 point-plan for getting up to speed on your new beat

Beat transitions have always been haphazard. At their best, the former beat reporter gives you her

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Don’t get trapped into a single-source story

Sins. We’ve got ’em. Don’t make stuff up. Don’t plagiarize. Don’t take part in political activities.

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Moving fast. It’s what we do

This was last week: Five daily posts for my Seattle Times blog; one Sunday column (800

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