Entertainment editor Pat Abdalla: The guy who invented the wireless remote died. Assistant Features Editor Matt Eyer: Hmm. Abdalla: That guy is a hero.
We saw it as you posted it Friday evening. Pictures of fighter jets over the Hanover area. We read your posts about the booming sounds, and the low-flying planes. And those tiny Cessnas that appeared to be escorted on by. That’s what’s great about social media. We didn’t have to
On Fridays, I man the cops beat. Er, (wo)man the cops beat. Either way, this requires me to come in early, listen to the police scanner, skim through our competition’s websites and chase after anything catastrophic. It’s unpredictable work. Some days multiple houses spontaneously combust and dumptrucks crash into van-loads
FlipSide editor Pat Abdalla: What was that Website? Multiplatform journalist Ashley May: Klout. Abdalla: OK. May: I’m proud I got that. It was a very vague question. Abdalla: Yeah. Klout. Assistant Features Editor Matt Eyer: With a K. Abdalla: Yeah. Wait. Com with a K? Eyer and May shake their
Every office has them. The co-worker who leaves a half-full coffee mug on her desk so long that the sugary/creamy contents mold-over, congeal and eventually start making barking and growling noises. Or the guy who eats three meals a day at his desk and has enough crumbs inside his keyboard
Last week I asked my editors to share the following with everyone on their staff: Ask yourself 1) How many page views did your work generate this week? What can you point to that you know is yours? 2) What did you do to get your work in front of
What Daily Record/Sunday News multi-platform journalist would this be if he or she had been born in 1900, and why? The winner of this contest, judged by Night News Digital staff members, gets a box of doughnuts from Tom Barstow. Entries will be judged on how interesting you write your
Hi, it’s Sam here, read my bio here. I’m the graphic artist at the York Daily Record/Sunday News. I take pride in my work and in my fashion sense. I like to try out new trends in fashion. Right now, bold colors are in. Well, walking around the newsroom delivering
While talking about MIA causing trouble during the Super Bowl halftime show: FlipSide editor Pat Abdalla: I didn’t see the flipping of the bird. Sports editor Chris Otto: That’s because you were singing along.
Police sized these marijuana bricks in an investigation colorfully named ‘Operation Suburban Sleeper.’ Remember the news story last week about police labeling a recent drug bust “Operation Suburban Sleeper?” “The operation was so named because the dealers lived in suburban neighborhoods, and many of them allegedly had been trafficking drugs