How to make money from plagiarism

by Carl Natale on November 4, 2010

This should be a simple story. When Monica Gaudio wrote a history of apple pie, she owned the copyright. When Cooks Source magazine copied it, edited it and published it without anyone’s permission, they violated the copyright. Or  maybe not? Here’s the response when Gaudio contacted the magazine: “Yes Monica, I have been doing this […]

Tell me why you can’t trust bloggers again

by Carl Natale on August 30, 2010

Everyone knows bloggers are lazy. Either we’re just making this stuff up or we don’t bother to do any real reporting. Today, Mike Wise of the Washington Post proved it. Wise is a real journalist. His columns get printed onto paper and thrown into puddles in people’s driveways. So he has to be practicing the […]