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Conrad Black faces lengthy jail term
Long overdue comeuppance of a gremlin par excellence. The disgraced media mogul, Conrad Black, faces a lengthy stretch in an American jail after a court convicted him of looting millions of pounds through a fraudulent scheme to embezzle funds from shareho
Business  Journalism  England  USA  Rogues  neocons  parasites  fraud  grifters  gremlins  decline  fall  Canada  DailyTelegraph 
july 2007 by amaah
How doth the little crocodile
Trust and authenticity are qualities difficult to acquire and easy to lose but much prized by media organisations in the global proliferation of internet information sources. Accusations should be taken seriously by both journalists and editors. Secondly
journalism  plagiarism  attribution  memory  culture  observation  ethics  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  LizHunt  media 
june 2007 by amaah
Liz Hunt - Plagiarism Exchange
Thank you for your letter which was forwarded to me by the Letters Editor. I have waited until this evening after deadline - when I had a clear desk and clearer head - to reply to your email which I take very serioulsy and which has caused me some distres
plagiarism  influence  ideas  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  observation  rogues 
june 2007 by amaah
Bags and Stamps: a plagriarism in plaid
Perhaps these articles were separated at birth, comparing Liz Hunt's article in the Daily Telegraph to my original article... Judge for yourself. The Reporter and her ambition / Plaid bags and plagiarism
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  observation  appropriation  rogues  toli 
june 2007 by amaah
A Plagiarism in Plaid
To the Editors (Daily Telegraph) I noted with interest that Liz Hunt's recent opinion piece — Immigrants have bags of ambition (June 2, 2007) — was a nice reworking of my April 13, 2007 essay, Bags and Stamps, published on my blog, Koranteng's Toli.
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  observation  rogues  FallenAngels  ThingsFallApart  bags  plaid  GhanaMustGo  Guyana  Trinidad  Mozambique  toli 
june 2007 by amaah
Daily Telegraph writer plagiarizes Koranteng's Toli
Well, well, well... We'll just say that she omitted to link and give credit for my toli. Glad to know that I have readers in high places... And on a piece about a high level plagiarism by Louis Vuitton. Not a bad remix for what it's worth. Fame! Profit?
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  Telegraph  DailyTelegraph  journalism  blogging  rogues  to_blog  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  LizHunt  GhanaMustGo  plaid  bags 
june 2007 by amaah

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