Tag archives for USA Today

How about a burger with that McPaper?

Thirty years ago, it wasn’t hard to understand why readers began to flock to USA Today. It was in color. It featured graphics. The stories were short. There was this Al Neuharth-dictated emphasis on USA. Mainstream media made fun. Called it McPaper. Of course, McDonalds hasn’t done badly the past 30 years. But USA Today? […]

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First look at the Lytro camera

Here’s a video from USA Today on the new Lytro camera. Mine is on order and I can’t wait to try it out! Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal also has a review.

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The place to meet on the Fairfax campus

The George Mason statue is kitty-corner to the Johnson Center and the Mason Pond Parking Deck, where guests can easily park on the first three levels (Fairfax campus map). As soon-to-be emeritus faculty, I'm always happy to meet with friends and my former Mason students on campus.

Alum Kevin McCarthy at work

Film critic and GMU alum Kevin McCarthy encouraged students during his many visits to my GMU classes to pursue internships and "get noticed!" See some of Kevin's terrific interviews on his Nerd Tears website.