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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Just thought it needed to be said – better from you than me (he said, putting butterscotch back in cardigan pocket). Oh and pls save community access cable while yer at it. . .

Just thought it needed to be said – better from you than me (he said, putting butterscotch back in cardigan pocket). Oh and pls save community access cable while yer at it. . .


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
Just thought it needed to be said – better from you than me (he said, putting butterscotch back in cardigan pocket). Oh and pls save community access cable while yer at it. . .

"The Banyan Project is a nonprofit organization founded from the thinking of 31 senior journalists, academics, Web developers, sociologists and researchers, business and financial strategists, and advocates …" Who have yet to produce a single article. LOL.

“The Banyan Project is a nonprofit organization founded from the thinking of 31 senior journalists, academics, Web developers, sociologists and researchers, business and financial strategists, and advocates …” Who have yet to produce a single article. LOL.


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
“The Banyan Project is a nonprofit organization founded from the thinking of 31 senior journalists, academics, Web developers, sociologists and researchers, business and financial strategists, and advocates …” Who have yet to produce a single article. LOL.

PROPOSED STATE JOURNALISM COMMISSION NEEDS BROADER MEMBERSHIP

"the 13th century is negative, negative…" https://youtu.be/qmTWhvWgST0 https://twitter.com/davidnunez/status/1107459231752613888 …

“the 13th century is negative, negative…” https://youtu.be/qmTWhvWgST0  https://twitter.com/davidnunez/status/1107459231752613888 …


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
“the 13th century is negative, negative…” https://youtu.be/qmTWhvWgST0 https://twitter.com/davidnunez/status/1107459231752613888 …

any American reporters who think it's hard to work on serious issues here should follow @chehayebk for an introduction to conditions our colleagues face in an American client state… ok, "state"… https://twitter.com/chehayebk/status/1103913782244302848 …

any American reporters who think it’s hard to work on serious issues here should follow for an introduction to conditions our colleagues face in an American client state… ok, “state”… https://twitter.com/chehayebk/status/1103913782244302848 …


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
any American reporters who think it’s hard to work on serious issues here should follow @chehayebk for an introduction to conditions our colleagues face in an American client state… ok, “state”… https://twitter.com/chehayebk/status/1103913782244302848 …

Thanks to the folks at @BINJreports for volunteering to establish and fund this new category! https://twitter.com/AltWeeklies/status/1103704486319656960 …

Thanks to the folks at for volunteering to establish and fund this new category! https://twitter.com/AltWeeklies/status/1103704486319656960 …


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
Thanks to the folks at @BINJreports for volunteering to establish and fund this new category! https://twitter.com/AltWeeklies/status/1103704486319656960 …

In part two of the Apparent Horizon column on the fall of the GE Boston deal, DigBoston's @jasonpramas calls for AG Healey to set up an independent commission to investigate the failed deal—and for the Boston Globe to apologize for pushing it #mapoli https://buff.ly/2VGSJ9G 

In part two of the Apparent Horizon column on the fall of the GE Boston deal, DigBoston’s calls for AG Healey to set up an independent commission to investigate the failed deal—and for the Boston Globe to apologize for pushing it https://buff.ly/2VGSJ9G 


Source: @jasonpramas Twitter account feed
In part two of the Apparent Horizon column on the fall of the GE Boston deal, DigBoston’s @jasonpramas calls for AG Healey to set up an independent commission to investigate the failed deal—and for the Boston Globe to apologize for pushing it #mapoli https://buff.ly/2VGSJ9G 

THE FALL OF THE GE BOSTON DEAL, PART II