Enter Lawrence Solomon. You remember Lawrence Solomon, don’t you? He’s what I referred to last summer as a rising star in the antivaccine movement. A conservative columnist for the Financial Post, when first we met him he was complaining about a “conservative failure of skepticism” on vaccines because, apparently, conservatives haven’t been antivaccine enough for . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Lawrence Solomon, Anti-Vaxxer: Part Bazillion
National Post is on its summer print schedule. No more Monday papers until after Labour Day.— Steve Faguy (@fagstein) July 6, 2014
I haven’t seen the official NP statement announcing their summer schedule, but someone on the inside has emailed me a secret first draft, before the despairing tone of it was softened to something . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Die Media Die: National Post On Its New Summer Print Schedule
There’s been rumors of axe sharpening over at the National Post in advance of their move to new quarters. It looks as though Marni Soupcoff maybe decided to jump before she was pushed:
Don’t know quite when this happened, but her twitter feed only goes back a week and they still have her listed on the . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Marni Soupcoff Leaves National Post
You will notice a some changes to your print edition of the National Post beginning today.
The paper, already a three-section product in most of the country from Monday to Friday, will follow much the same format in Toronto. As a result, the Sports and Arts & Life sections will be merged.
In . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Changes At The National Post
It’s rumored that one of the games is a virtual dunk tank where, for fifty cents, you can choose the NP columnist you hate most and pitch virtual base-balls at a virtual target that, if struck, will send them splashing into a tank of virtual water.
If so, Jon and Barb Kay are getting severely . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: National Post To Launch Video Game Site