Media-Watchdog? Come Again?

This is the only reason I call myself a Media-Watchdog, one of the last of the breed.

These are just some of my saved email contacts from my personal email account.

crooksandliars@gmail.com
feedback@realclearpolitics.com
mail@journalism.org
yourcomments@foxnews.com
info@ap.org
pres@kqed.org
scoop@huffingtonpost.com
tips@hotair.com
press@thedailybeast.com

Just a sample, there‘s more. (Hot Air is highly partisan, by the by.)

Just making a point. And hoping you’ll input your own thoughts to these addresses.

Whatever good public emailing your my real name and address attached has, you can bet I did it.

And will do it again.

Most likely, standing while typing one-handed just like this. (Someone take a picture, I look journalistic!)

This post is just to dispel any confusion out there in terms of who exactly the real media-watchdogs of America exactly are.

That would be me, Eric Lightborn. The Non-Profit Student Blogger. And that’s pretty much it.

 

Eric Lightborn
http://americapress.wordpress.com
March 22nd 2009

Non-Profit — For Now

I am a Internet Proliferator.

Completely Non-Profit source of links, news, opinion and information.

I call this Internet Activism.

The fact that I suddenly started blogging in December of 2008, didn’t change my world view or political perspective.

While internet communication is less effective than real activism or even letter campaigns it still holds value in it‘s semi-permanent nature.

Nonetheless, here is a small piece of what it means to be contacted by a Non-Profit Blogger:

DONATE, IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO!

http://redcross.org