Metro Editor, Omaha World Herald
Mother, wife, newspaper editor, scrapbooker.
abeautifulmess.com — Here's a little bit about the design & development process... One day last spring I said to Emma, "Hey you know what would be fun? To make our own photo app!". It's not unusual for me to think of a lot of crazy ideas, but this one stuck and the more we looked into it, the more excited we became!
jimromenesko.com — Every Monday at 7 a.m. Andrew Davis sits down and writes a letter to Warren Buffett. His goal is to get a meeting with the billionaire and chat about the newspaper industry. "I believe that newspapers can survive," Davis writes on his blog. "And I believe I can help him do it."
bloomberg.com — When Gregory Glinsey was fatally shot while buying ice for his mother's 80th birthday party, the emotional toll on his family was incalculable. The immediate price to the public was $800 for his autopsy. His slaying and 505 others in Chicago last year scarred it with a rising homicide rate as most cities saw declines.
pewresearch.org — Welcome to Fact Tank, a new, real-time platform from the Pew Research Center, dedicated to finding news in the numbers. Fact Tank will build on the Pew Research Center's unique brand of data journalism. For years, our teams of writers and social scientists have combined rigorous research with high-quality storytelling to provide important information on issues and trends shaping the nation and the world.
abcnews.go.com — Leslie Moonves, who was paid $60 million, is the highest-paid CEO of S&P 500 companies with chief executives who have served at least two full years. Equilar, an executive compensation data firm, released its annual data with the Associated Press, putting Moonves at the top of the list for fiscal year 2012, despite having a pay drop from the $68 million he was paid the previous year.
bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Among the thousands of file formats that exist in modern computing, the GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format, has attained celebrity status in a sea of lesser-known BMPs, RIPs, FIGs and MIFFs. It was honored as a "word of the year" in 2012, and Tuesday night, its inventor, Steve Wilhite, will be accepting a lifetime achievement award at The Webby Awards.
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