Or, he did until last week.
A New York 'Times' blogger finally opens up about a hard time in his life.
Farewell to all that: The longtime editor of the salmon-colored weekly is remembered by his former writers.
He'll hold the post, soon to be vacated by outgoing editor Peter Kaplan, either temporarily or permanently.
Sometimes, wall-to-wall coverage makes us feel boxed in.
A tip is nothing without a brilliant reporter to follow up on it.
What on earth could he be planning on doing with the 'Times'?
But it was kind of an important thing.
We know — why do we have to be so sensitive?
The two recently "lunched" — but they may have been talking about more than sandwiches.
In the last 24 hours, we've had lessons from both extremes.
At the 'Times,' just talking to your close friend is reporting enough.
And everyone knows Harvard kids "aren't stupid."
There's no shortage of names to speculate on.
The editor of the revamped newsweekly thinks it's just going to be great.
They've narrowed it down to two revenue models, and they'll make a decision by the end of June.
The 'Observer' asked, and 'Vice' editor Jesse Pearson answered.
The one that employees of 'OK!' were asked to sign may not even be legal.