Eido tweeted here and here:
I’m tired of @japantimes unethical journalism practice of allowing former/current writers to use pseudonyms if personal. #conflictofinterest
Won’t out them, but yes, “Richard Cory”, “Goldie Schwartz”, etc all have articles in @japantimes under their real names. #conflictofinterest
Thanks for the tip! BTW folks, in keeping with Eido’s wishes, no outing, please!
My pal Ed Snowden and I are always writing stuff in that paper. Apologies; it won’t happen again.
Whipdedoo what Eido has to say.
@Glenski: Ho, ho, ho… homeless hobo weighs in with an opinion. Stop stealin’ my steez. Man gaijinz, NJz must lonely out there, innit?
@Durf: NO OUTING I SAID!!!1!1!
I generally agree with everything Eido says about foreign media in Japan. He should really run a blog about them.
this blog isn’t bad but it tends to digress into schoolyard name-calling. Eido could do a really cool site critiquing and commenting on the news of the day, from his non-media perspective
Yes, he could call it “computer nerd gets upset about the news”.
@JT Insider: Or in pure Debito style… “you could…”
“Well, son, ya know whatchu could do… yeahrp, what ah tellz ya…”
Mmmm, advice over the internet… deliciously irrelevant…
@KT88 (too many other-people-good-ideas rising out of the esophagus): Of course, criticism is just negative advice, so criticism over the internet is, well, you said it….
On a different note about the Japan Times, isn’t this big nose cartoon the very thing that gets certain people’s hackles up?
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