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Interesting Slant in News Headlines

Here’s a “glass is half full” headline that makes me proud to work at Seton HIll: Seton Hill U Students Step In, Help Officer Being Attacked By Man Here’s a “glass is half empty” headline that makes me go “oops”: Seton Hill student turns Taser on Greensburg police officer Here’s a more neutral headline that went out on the state news wire: Westmoreland Co. university student turns Taser on police…

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The News Business: Out of Print

The New Yorker discusses the fate of print news: Philip Meyer, in his book “The Vanishing Newspaper” (2004), predicts that the final copy of the final newspaper will appear on somebody’s doorstep one day in 2043. It may be unkind to point out that all these parlous trends coincide with the opening, this spring, of the $450-million Newseum, in Washington, D.C., but, more and more, what Bill Keller calls “that…