The word “hybrid” is too confusing. People think you’re referring to either a car or a bicycle. So from now on, we’ll use the term “bastard journalism,” which is a combination of different mediums.
Daily Archives: February 17, 2011
Last November, voters in the Northern Humboldt Union High School District approved a $25.8 million bond measure. The NHUHSD Board of Trustees is now figuring out how to spend the money and prioritizing projects including the installation of artificial turf on fields, a performing arts center and more. Get a copy of this week’s McKinleyville Press to see how your money may be spent.
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From the Feb. 16, 2011 issue.
By Daniel Mintz
Press Staff Writer
County planning commissioners have declined to support a policy on expanding services at the Arcata-Eureka Airport because they think it should be moved out of the fog…. (For the rest of the article, get a copy of this week’s McKinleyville Press.)
UPDATED: (My quest to become the dominant force in local hybrid journalism began with a troublesome link. Try this one instead.)
What the heck were those good folks at the North Coast Journal talking about when they mentioned “hybrid journalism?”
Maybe it was just a real fancy way of saying that they’re going to do more stuff on the internet, like blogging and Facebooking.
Speaking of Facebook, the McK Press now has its own Facebook page. Please “like” us. Here’s the LINK