Second-worst Romenesko consequence
It was a holiday weekend, and if you were out of the office instead of surfing the Web at work, there are a couple of posts that you missed.
I weighed in on a couple of aspects of Jim Romenesko’s abrupt departure from the Poynter Institute, suggesting that Poynter badly bungled the whole matter. At the moment, the second-most-distressing consequence, after the treatment of Jim Romenesko, is that the weak Poynter faculty explanations and the follow-up at the Columbia Journalism Review have given Robert Knilands an occasion to make remarks.
There was a second set of apothegms from the Old Editor.
There was a short meditation on cornbread.