Monday, March 07, 2005

Kurt Andersen's weird non-disclosure

So is a "third-rate online almanac written by a herd of 500 amateurs." Apparently it also brings shame on The New York Times. Huh.

But wouldn't it have been interesting to note that the former parent of New York Magazine, the publication where Mr. Andersen was making this proclamation, actually owned this third-rate online almanac before selling it to The Times. And that the parent company, Primedia, also bought, Andersen's own brainchild?


My own disclosure: I frequently contribute to the NYT.

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