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Rat Cats, Puppy Dogs & CHORP and other problems with our industry’s media

August 9, 2016

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A very interesting, and I believe accurate, assessment of where journalism is heading . . . a world where hard news is replaced by soft pieces that offer little if any meaningful insight into what is happening in the real world. Sadly, the procurement industry’s media has been doing “puppy dog” coverage for some time […]

Bloggers Defence Fund by Jon Hansen

October 15, 2015

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Like journalists for traditional mediums such as newspapers, bloggers are also vulnerable in terms of becoming a target of lawsuits as a means of inhibiting their ability to cover important stories. Recently, I became the target of a $3.5 million lawsuit from a large U.S.-based company. Even though my research¬†is¬†sound – with corresponding reference links […]

Why Mickey North Rizza can’t go home again . . . or can she?

June 21, 2013

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In Part 2 of yesterday’s post in which I wrote about Jason Busch’s proclamation that he is moving on regarding his “thinking,” I was posed with an interesting question. If after spending years with a service provider, a journalist/analyst may lack the necessary objectivity to “effectively” cover the market, what are my thoughts if this […]