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June 3, 2012
Anthony Bourdain tends to get noticed. The chef turned televised tour guide is macho but not overbearing, profane without being coarse, and tall and handsome. How handsome? I was at an outdoor social event with my wife some years ago when he passed by, and she was so transfixed by him that she walked into a bush. I hate him for that, but am unsurprised that his charmed life is about to add a new chapter.
The NYT’s David Carr • Writing about how Anthony Bourdain is all dreamy and stuff. Oh, and his new gig with CNN.
21:53 // 2 years ago
January 21, 2012
yougottadance:

A Believer Packing Beer and Guitars

Note: This is an article about Craig Finn written by David Carr. If there’s a journalism version of Craig Finn hiding around these days, it’s David Carr.

yougottadance:

A Believer Packing Beer and Guitars

Note: This is an article about Craig Finn written by David Carr. If there’s a journalism version of Craig Finn hiding around these days, it’s David Carr.

(via daveholmes)

14:25 // 2 years ago
November 1, 2011
moorehn:

nprfreshair:

bidoonhaleeb:

“My advice would be you’ve gotta make things. You’ve gotta build things. You can’t say, I’ve got a clip from my college newspaper. There’s gotta be a travelogue that you did with your pals from Bonnaroo. There’s gotta be an audio file that you made. I used to hire people all the time when I worked at weeklies, young people, and if they were coming now I would just say, well, show me what you’ve made with your own two dirty little hands. I don’t really care what you say, I want to see what you’ve done. It’s a time when you can make stuff so much more easily. Now, getting that stuff to rise above the clutter, and getting it seen is a battle, getting paid for it on top of it, yeah, that’s another battle.”
-David Carr’s advice on becoming a journalist

David Carr on Fresh Air

Yes yes yes.

This is why Tumblr exists. To make stuff so you can impress David Carr.

moorehn:

nprfreshair:

bidoonhaleeb:

“My advice would be you’ve gotta make things. You’ve gotta build things. You can’t say, I’ve got a clip from my college newspaper. There’s gotta be a travelogue that you did with your pals from Bonnaroo. There’s gotta be an audio file that you made. I used to hire people all the time when I worked at weeklies, young people, and if they were coming now I would just say, well, show me what you’ve made with your own two dirty little hands. I don’t really care what you say, I want to see what you’ve done. It’s a time when you can make stuff so much more easily. Now, getting that stuff to rise above the clutter, and getting it seen is a battle, getting paid for it on top of it, yeah, that’s another battle.”

-David Carr’s advice on becoming a journalist

David Carr on Fresh Air

Yes yes yes.

This is why Tumblr exists. To make stuff so you can impress David Carr.

(via rubenfeld)

21:18 // 2 years ago
September 12, 2011
This is a weird feeling. We’re glad that David Carr liked the story we found (via Charles Apple) enough to retweet it, but a little bittersweet about the nature of the story. We hope that Carr’s 300,000+ followers get out of it the same thing we did — a strong sense of remorse and appreciation for great storytelling. We’re glad we were able to share this great piece of work the San Jose Mercury News put together.

This is a weird feeling. We’re glad that David Carr liked the story we found (via Charles Apple) enough to retweet it, but a little bittersweet about the nature of the story. We hope that Carr’s 300,000+ followers get out of it the same thing we did — a strong sense of remorse and appreciation for great storytelling. We’re glad we were able to share this great piece of work the San Jose Mercury News put together.

0:20 // 2 years ago
May 16, 2011
One awesome wrinkle of the story we just posted: Apparently, Matt Drudge chose not to respond to e-mails from the NYT’s David Carr when Carr wrote about his site’s online traffic prowess. One thing he did do, though? Linked to the article in the top-right corner of his site, which is kind of the money corner, if you ask us. An amusing little detail.

One awesome wrinkle of the story we just posted: Apparently, Matt Drudge chose not to respond to e-mails from the NYT’s David Carr when Carr wrote about his site’s online traffic prowess. One thing he did do, though? Linked to the article in the top-right corner of his site, which is kind of the money corner, if you ask us. An amusing little detail.

0:44 // 3 years ago
March 6, 2011
20:08 // 3 years ago
soupsoup:

Interesting via @BrianStelter

Surprising that it’s Glenn thinking of leaving, rather than other way. Still early though.

soupsoup:

Interesting via @BrianStelter

Surprising that it’s Glenn thinking of leaving, rather than other way. Still early though.

19:04 // 3 years ago