Journalism, c. 1988

Saturday, November 1, 2008
Dave Barry's account from 20 years ago reminds us things haven't changed all that much: "The Associated Press and United Press International ... judging from their names ... are vast, omniscient, information-gathering machines, but in fact they consist mostly of caffeine-crazed individuals sitting at computer terminals and hastily rewriting stories out of their local newspapers."

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