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This Media Life Archive

January 21, 2002
Paper Boy

Wunderkind Adam Moss was the handsome young glossy god, the guy who was supposed to change the magazine world -- and then he sought protective custody at the Times.

January 14, 2002
Mogul Dreams

For boys like EchoStar's Charlie Ergen and Comcast's Brian Roberts who want to grow up to be Rupert Murdoch, there's only one endgame: Control distribution now -- at any cost!

January 7, 2002
You've Got Hate Mail

The Times' op-ed writers, in adding e-mail addresses to their columns, have unwittingly dared to rouse a rabid beast -- and one with a lot of time on its hands. Trust me, I should know.

December 24, 2001
The Metamorphosis

We tell ourselves we're different -- less frivolous, less selfish -- because the world's a different place. But our obsession with the change might just signal a different sort of self-absorption.

December 10, 2001
Saint George

Rallying around a wartime president is one thing. But why does Dubya remain entirely untouchable even as we question his lieutenants -- and his increasingly disturbing policies?

December 3, 2001
The Green Party

Mike Bloomberg didn't just buy himself the mayoralty, he transformed the way we think about public servants -- and rich guys. Donald Trump, are you listening?

November 26, 2001
War Lord

Thanks to his new tome about the clarifying power of war, journalism's sternest father figure is fashionable once again. But do we really need him to teach us how to grow up?

November 19, 2001
The Ad Man

There was an elephant (megarich media potentate Mike Bloomberg) in the room. The news media ignored him. Now he's the mayor.

November 5, 2001
Full Bloom

Sexual-harassment lawsuits have torpedoed plenty of political careers. So why has the media given Mike Bloomberg a pass on the charges made against him?

October 29, 2001
The Un-Americans

We think of the terrorists as evil foreigners, but is it that simple? Maybe, in some chilling and quite literal sense, the attack on America was an inside job.

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