] While it does not, in some ways, go nearly far enough,
] and is buried on Page A10, this low-key but scathing
] self-rebuke is nothing less than a primer on how not to
] do journalism, particularly if you are an enormously
] influential newspaper with a costly invasion of another
] nation at stake.
A strong follow-on attack of the Times apology I just blogged. The nice thing about the world of blogs is that it doesn't matter whether it was page A10 or Z173 -- if it is online, and /someone/ catches it, and it is important, we can all share in it.
But that doesn't mean it helps their case that their Jayson Blair apology was longer, and A1, while this (more important) bit is "buried".
] Today's critique is, in its own way, as devastating as last
] year's front-page corrective on Jayson Blair, though not nearly
] as long.
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