ChatterTV week 3 picks, and how will Adrian Peterson be remembered?

It's early in the college football season, but this weekend will produce one of the most anticipated games in the Big 12 when Texas Tech ...

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Bi-Partisanship

On another blog, I ran into a number of posts suggesting a bipartisan approach to health care reform exists. This is supposedly so because some ...

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Review: The Informant!

If you are one of those moviegoers who needs simple, clear-cut reasons for the motivations behind your main character, then Steven Soderbergh’s big business satire ...

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Join us in evaluating our commenter use agreement

What with our Millionth Comment Countdown™ in full swing, we thought it a good opportunity to review our current Use Policy Agreement. Not that we're ...

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More resources for those who suffer from pollen problems

Matt mentioned the pollen count is pretty high in his previous blog. If you suffer from allergies, I’m sure you've already noticed! This morning I ...

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Would you pay to read this?

Jim Romenesko's blog on poynter.org featured a link to Alan Mutter's blog, "Reflections of a Newsosaur," in reference to the topic of paying for online ...

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The one millionth comment contest: Enter now

Back in May, I first started talking about the approaching 1,000,000th comment, which I expected to be posted on one of our three Lawrence sites ...

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Have you noticed the high pollen count lately?

Sinus pressure is building up like a pressure cooker in my head as I type this blog. I've met people who say they don't have ...

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It might be too late to change now

As The Wall Street Journal plans to start charging readers to access its newspaper on mobile devices, many people in the journalism industry are waiting ...

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Cliff’s Notes version: Mark Mangino press conference, 9/15/09

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas football coach Mark Mangino's comments at his press conference today. The full audio is posted here. The ...

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Toxic Waters in Kansas: 33 Violations. $0 Paid in Fines

Sometimes, the mainstream press does a good job, and Saturday's investigative feature in the New York Times serves as an excellent example of what all ...

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A Bountiful Harvest

My family and I are gardening at Faith Community Garden. This is my first attempt to grow vegetables in several years, and my earlier attempts ...

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Generosity and compassion pay off in hard times

Chi-Town Daily editor Geoff Dougherty writes about the future of the Chi-Town Daily News ( a for-profit news Web site. The goal of the site ...

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Beer me.

It occured to me about three days ago: I AM NOT PREGNANT ANYMORE. I was so looped out in the first week or so of ...

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The “Joe Wilson” Affair

We were again listening to the BBC. The commentators were discussing the differences between a parliamentary system and our system of government. The thoughts were ...

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Squandered Trust

In reading the many comments in the blogosphere, I can not help but notice that the large middle seems to be overlooked. When people are ...

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Pants on fire!

"I know he's in there, somewhere" Think carefully for a minute: those who call others liars are usually deceivers themselves. Do you think I am ...

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Change is a Chance to Learn

With the decline of the traditional model of American for-profit newspapers, non-profit models have gained increasing attention. But is the recent announcement that the non-profit ...

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Kanye West at VMA ceremony

I would like to first say that I have been a strong suppourter of Kanye West's music from the beginning when he first did "Jesus ...

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An evening with Dan Kozak (Downtown Saxophone Player)

Dan Kozak stopped puffing on his flute for just a moment to let out a hearty laugh when a college-aged man walked up to him ...

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