- There are only five permissible names for local newspapers in this country: the Tribune, the Times, the Register, the Eagle, and the Reporter. No other newspaper names exist.
- The Midwestern papers’ job postings live up to expectations and are full of misspellings.
- There are too many journalists. When a local paper in some barely-existent town in South Dakota thinks it can get a journalist with ten years of experience and a master’s degree, it’s a sign that there is an imbalance in the ecosystem. (Obviously, everyone who isn’t me should leave the industry first.)
- That is all.