Thursday, September 28, 2006

The Prodigal Column

This column didn't originally appear online, but I finally found it today. Give it a read.

Number 3

Friday, September 15, 2006

Column Numba Five!

For anyone who remembers that song from God knows how long ago, here's something Lou Bega could sing to get his career back.

Read up, read down, and move it all around.
Put the paper to the air, put the paper to the ground.
Turn one page left, and one page right
You start on the front and you jump to inside
Fold it up once then unfold it twice
And if it reads like this then we're doing it right.

A little bit a...

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

A toast to the Army

I spent the afternoon today on Fort Riley observing some training and interviewing soldiers so they can learn how to deal with journalists, and to evaluate that ability for their commanding officer. (Don't worry, I won't name names).

It was a really great time, and the soldiers were plenty of fun to hang out with and watch in action. The wildest part of the day was standing 20 feet from a trench manned my enemy soldiers as they raided it. I brought my camera and took pictures all day, here's the work from the trench-breaching exercise.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Public Editor Column #4

Read it here.

Don't ask me what happened to #3.