November 21, 2012 · 0 Comments
By Adam Gabbatt: Newspaper's lawyers object to use of trademarked logo – but Twitter users object to lawyers taking away a favorite joke.
Mat Honan: On Nov. 7, The New York Times ran a story called “How to Devise Passwords That Drive Hackers Away.” Written by Silicon Valley correspondent Nicole Perlroth, the piece reigned over the paper’s Most Emailed List for a full week, and for a good reason: It’s properly freaked out about just how vulnerable we all are to hackers.
By Curtis Brainard: In the long-running debate about whether organic food is more healthy and nutritious than the conventional variety, the press has shown a preference ...
By William Black: This column was prompted by an NYT story that ran Friday entitled “Congressman Calls Evolution Lie from ‘Pit of Hell.’” Yes, unintentional self-parody continues to reign supreme.
By Amanda Hess: Last month, researchers from Yale University released results of a study showing that male and female professors across scientific disciplines demonstrate bias against female students in ...
By Kevin Burra: Last Wednesday, a piece titled "Last Call for College Bars" appeared in The New York Times Style section, about the effect that social media has had on the dwindling bar scene in college towns across the country.
By Dan Woods: In its story published Sunday, “Power, Pollution, and the Internet”, The New York Times failed in its mission to accurately explain the important issue of improving efficient use of power in data centers, and instead wrote a confused and incomplete article that is unworthy of its reputation.
By Jeb Boone: Anonymous is targeting the New York Times for the “failure of the press” to give adequatecoverage to Trapwire, what some say is a global system of surveillance run by the US government.
By Amanda Marcotte: The New York Times must be trolling men. That can be the only explanation for why the paper thought it advisable to run this paranoid op-ed by Greg Hampikian...
By Michael Massing: Much of the coverage makes claims “that are grand, outlandish, and ultimately unverifiable.”« Previous Page — Next Page »