How about a quick peek around the mediasphere?
– Drudge buddy Andrew Breitbart’s online empire continues to expand with the launch today of Big Journalism, the latest in his “Big” series of right-leaning blogs and aggregators. Big Journalism’s aim is to fight back at the “snooty,” “arrogant” mainstream media. So, there’s that.
– Meanwhile, newspaper reporter is among the worst jobs to have, according to an entirely subjective survey by CareerCast. What’s better? How about being a janitor? Or a maid? or a bus drive? All better jobs.
– Justin Peters at Slate tells us what to expect from the debacle that will be 3D TV. ESPN and others are trying it.
– Oprah who? Sam’s Club will start it owns book club this month. This first book is Beth Hoffman’s debut, “Saving CeeCee Honeycutt.”
– Slate Wars: Salon rounds up speculation and predictions for Apple’s forthcoming tablet computer, while Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer tries to quell some buzz by showing off HP’s Windows touchscreen device, the Slate.
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