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Julie Moos
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Editor at Poynter. Obsessive consumer of journalism, politics, food, books.
Editor at Poynter. Obsessive consumer of journalism, politics, food, books.

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From "The Daily Slab" to the iPad, how we tell stories using the space available.

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The 32-year-old woman who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault at the Sofitel hotel has publicly identified herself in interviews.

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Relive Jon Stewart's best takedowns: Tucker Carlson/Crossfire, Jim Cramer/CNBC, and more

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As we anticipated, the Poynter Institute profile has been deactivated by Google. You can follow me and the rest of the Poynter Online team individually for now: +Julie Moos +Steve Myers +Mallary Tenore +Jim Romenesko. We look forward to bringing the Poynter profile back later.

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+Jeff Sonderman lists the 5 things news orgs can learn from the launch of Google+.

Pressing question: Is it proper to call Rupert Murdoch's wife Wendi Deng (as the Guardian does), Wendi Murdoch (as The Wall Street Journal does) or Wendi Deng Murdoch (as The New York Times does)? Please advise.

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As The Blaze prepares to debunk new James O'Keefe video, editor Scott Baker asks, "If George Soros and Media Matters sent interns posing as conservatives to work at the Fox News Channel so that they could record reporters, editors and hosts saying embarrassing thing in unguarded moments — would that be okay?"

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Borders is closing its 399 remaining stores after a failed attempt to sell...

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See the harsh reaction to the Wall Street Journal's editorial this weekend defending News Corp.'s phone-hacking scandal.
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