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HEALTH
June 6, 2005 | Marianne Szegedy-Maszak, Special to The Times
The family pictures on the desk. The diplomas on the wall. A few magazine subscriptions, perhaps, or some sailing, tennis or golf memorabilia scattered around the office. In the past, a curious patient could only turn to these bits of evidence to try to know more about the individual behind the medical degrees, the white coat and the carefully scripted bedside manner. The temptation is understandable.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 15, 2005 | Matea Gold, Times Staff Writer
Why has broadcast television devoted relatively little coverage to the recent South Asia earthquake? Should the networks have done more stories about President Bush's troubled swing through South America earlier this month? And just what do viewers gain when television reporters deliver live reports while standing outside in the middle of raging hurricanes? Those are just a few of the questions that have been raised on blogs in recent weeks, but not by outside critics of broadcast news.
NATIONAL
March 14, 2005 | James Rainey, Times Staff Writer
American consumers confront an ever-broader river of news from myriad sources, but the standard for gathering and presenting the information tends to be "faster, looser and cheaper" than in the past, according to a survey of the news business to be released today by a media watchdog group.
NEWS
October 14, 2004 | Susan Carpenter, Times Staff Writer
First came pirate radio, then Internet radio. But in the last month, a new way of circumventing the big, bad broadcast corporations has emerged: podcasts.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 2, 2004 | Susannah Rosenblatt, Times Staff Writer
Welcome to the white-hot center of Washington's most salacious gossip. Never mind that it's a blue-trimmed house with a shaggy lawn plopped squarely in suburbia -- Wonkette lives here, armed with a PowerBook and a wicked tongue. For the uninitiated, Wonkette.com is the fearless political gossip blog generating buzz inside the Beltway and beyond, and Ana Marie Cox is the wit behind it.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 6, 2005 | Hugh Hart, Special to The Times
Before moving to Los Angeles in 1999 to pursue a career in art, London native Lisa Salem traveled alone to India and spent two winters with Irish squatters in an abandoned train car without electricity or water. But those adventures pale in light of Salem's latest expedition: She's walking across L.A. and won't return home until she's crisscrossed the entire sunbaked urban sprawl.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 28, 2007 | Samantha Critchell, Associated Press
NEW YORK -- So what do you really think of John Galliano's deconstructed Christian Dior ball gown or a human-hair top hat by Odile Gilbert? Inquiring curators want to know.
BUSINESS
August 7, 2007 | Michelle Quinn, Times Staff Writer
san francisco -- One of Silicon Valley's big mysteries was revealed Monday, and bloggers said it was like finding out there was no Santa Claus. The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs had become a must-read blog in the high-tech industry. Its anonymous author channeled the mercurial Apple Inc. chief executive, satirizing Silicon Valley and sending up other icons of industry. Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates was known as "Beastmaster." Jonathan Schwartz, the chief executive of Sun Microsystems Inc.
BUSINESS
October 5, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Sun Microsystems Inc. Chief Executive Jonathan Schwartz has asked U.S. regulators to relax corporate disclosure rules so he can announce company news on his personal blog. "If we have material news to disclose, we have to hold an anachronistic telephone conference call or issue an equivalently anachronistic press release," Schwartz wrote in his online diary Monday. "I would argue that none of those routes are as accessible to the general public as a blog, or Sun's website."
IMAGE
March 7, 2010 | By Nora Zelevansky, Special to the Los Angeles Times
They say that if you're a new arrival, it takes four years to make a life in Los Angeles. How this axiom got started is anyone's guess. But no matter where the accepted L.A.-ism originated, the fact remains: Getting intimately acquainted with all the hidden corners of this sprawling metropolis might take a lifetime. Now help has arrived. On the recently launched website Mondette, founder Tasha Nita Adams, 35, and partners Lilliam Rivera, 39, and Christina von Messling, 36, do the heavy lifting for you, offering style-centric CliffsNotes from a local perspective about specific L.A. neighborhoods.
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