Friday, January 13, 2006
Thou Shalt Not Contact The Pundit Lords Of Punditry!
The Raw Story reports that the New York Times is no longer publicly publishing the e-mail addresses of their staffers. And that's not all:
The Times has advised papers which receive their news content to remove any old e-mail addresses which they may have published alongside Op-Ed columns. "The New York Times no longer provides public e-mail addresses for its Op-Ed columnists," a memo obtained by RAW STORY asserts. "With the advent of the paper's online program TimesSelect, subscribers are invited to contact columnists from within The Times' Web site, nytimes.com."Non-subscribers are apparently invited to go pound salt. As a public service to our readers, I intend to collect up all the e-mail addresses I know of or can find/recall for the NYT's Op-Edders -- starting with the Good Guys: firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank Rich) email@example.com (The Shrill One) firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Herbert) email@example.com (Byron Calame, the NYT's Public Editor/Ombudsman) There! That was fast. Now for the Not-So-Good Guys: firstname.lastname@example.org (Maureen Dowd) email@example.com (David Brooks) Hmmm. John Tierney's apparently never had a publicly-printed e-mail address, even though he's been writing offensive crap for them since at least October of 2004. Gee, I wonder why? (Not.) Feel free to suggest more additions.
They didn't like the blogosphere before, they'll really hate it now.
I'll pass along any e-mail addresses to you.
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