"Further Along" by -Wink-, courtesy of Flickr.com/Creative Commons. This is Bald Hill as you approach it from the east, near the Benton County Fairgrounds.

Running in Corvallis: Three Great Fall Routes

Eugene may be Tracktown, USA, and Portland has its Forest Park, but for the number of great runs less than five minutes from your...
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Nationals sweep M’s in finals of APBA baseball tourney

One of the most fun and interesting aspects of playing the APBA tabletop baseball game is to see what happens when your favorite teams...
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Review: “Deadlines and Disruption” Explores Journalism’s Past, Present and Future

So I’m chatting with a colleague recently about how to save our local newspapers. My formula: Renewing an insanely passionate reporting focus on local...
Siva Vaidhyanathan photo courtesy of Anne Helmond

Review: “The Googlization of Everything (And Why We Should Worry)”

All who are fascinated by Google should add "The Googlization of Everything (And Why We Should Worry)" to their reading list. This book by...
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Steve Jobs, According to Infographic World

This very cool graphic on the life and times of Apple genius Steve Jobs is courtesy of Infographic World. Well done. Created by: Infographic...
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L.A. Times goes behind the scenes at Neon Tommy

One of the more interesting sessions at the Associated Collegiate Press conference earlier this month featured high-energy Callie Schweitzer, editor in chief at Neon...
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Some engaging ideas for online journalism, inspiration

  Looking for some inspiration and new ways to get involved in online journalism?  You can always count on 10,000 Words to help point...
"The Death and Life of American Journalism" by Robert McChesney and John Nichols.

“Death and Life of American Journalism” focuses on next era of U.S. media

Newspapers are doomed, and they basically have themselves to blame for their sorry state of affairs. Perhaps more alarming, however, is the threat...
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Public radio rap closes in on 100,000 views

Last time I checked, this “public radio rap” by a pair of unemployed college grads from Corvallis, Ore., was getting close to 100,000 views....
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“White Knuckes Outtakes”: Behind the scenes with OK Go

Those who enjoyed OK Go‘s new video for “White Knuckles,” which was filmed in Corvallis, will be equally amused/amazed by the new “Outtakes” of...