And Now For Something Completely Different
The most-viewed story at the Palm Beach Post is an AP story headlined "Britney's Crotch Shots Take Web by Storm." Well, I read it and was struck by reporter Erin Carlson's parenthetical line about the photograph in question: "Be prepared to cringe if you dare to view the uncensored photos, splashed unceremoniously across the Web."
Okay, now I definitely had to see this photo. So I found it and am here to report that I didn't cringe a bit. In fact, I found the picture to be incredibly sterile. Nothing to it really. I thought about splashing it on this here Pulp, but thought better of it. Here's a link to the photo for those among you who can't help yourselves.
After the jump: Sun-Sentinel Looking For Report--... er, "Online Content Producer"
Over at the Poynter Institute, the Sun-Sentinel has posted an ad for a "journalist/producer." Read it here:
Online Content Producer Sun-Sentinel.com, the leading source of local news and information in South Florida, is seeking a versatile journalist/producer to develop compelling, interactive programming and breaking news updates in the area of business and consumer coverage.
This individual will work closely with the business department and consumer teams and is expected to pay an integral role in increasing the level of integration with our newsroom and the continued growth of the site. The position includes responsibility for updating the overall site one weekend shift.
NOTES: Employer will assist with relocation costs
Welcome to the future. Nauseous yet?
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