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WILLIAMS TAKES A PIECE OF US WITH HIM

Robin Williams

Robin Williams died Monday. He was 63. … [read more]

MARTINO HAUNTED BY HIS OWN THOUGHTS

Lucas Duda

Andy Martino has been raked over the coals a lot by New York Mets fans. Sure, some of it was warranted; other times, not so much. Look, we're fans, and fans are passionate about their team. Notice I didn't use the terms fair or unbiased, just … [read more]

SOCIAL MEDIA AND JOURNALISM

social-sites

First, the Internet changed journalism. Technology forced the media to reconsider how it shared news. Then, social media was born and it changed journalism -- again. Editors and reporters faced a learning curve so they could work effectively to meet … [read more]

WHEN SPEED TRUMPS ACCURACY

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Google Trends reports "Paul George" was searched by more than two million people. His name is also among the Top 10 searches on Twitter. … [read more]

LEN DYKSTRA IS ON THE LOOSE

Len Dykstra

Len Dykstra has compared his life to Gandhi's. He doesn't believe in ghosts; he is not afraid of the dark. Dykstra says he is more like a submarine. By the way, he's not living on the streets (or in his car), he is living in Macy Gray's $10 million … [read more]

PAUL GEORGE FRACTURES LEG, CAREER

Paul George

History tells us Paul George may never play basketball again. … [read more]

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS BIGGER THAN SPORTS MEDIA

Ray Rice

Let's bury the Stephen A. Smith debate -- and while we're at it, Michelle Beadle -- because when you strip away the media credentials and the ESPN platform, really, they are just two people with an opinion. … [read more]