All the Serious Stuff
By Ron S. Doyle on May 19, 2011
The link: McDonald’s Marketing and Ronald McDonald Come Under Fire – WSJ.com. Here’s why I support the 550 health professionals who penned this open letter to McDonald’s: In elementary school, bullies and insensitive twits called me Ronald McDonald (and Ronald Reagan). Please, by all means, kill that stupid clown. I can’t support, however, an argument […]
By Ron S. Doyle on May 1, 2011
I thought I’d hop on for a minute and add my solo to the chorus.
By Ron S. Doyle on February 7, 2011
Bloggers and citizen journalists are often accused of—and exposed to opportunities for—unethical behavior. In today’s world of digital publishing, it’s very difficult to know who’s really reporting, how their reporting is funded, and whether or not the information they present is accurate. If you thought Bill Cosby was dead last August, you know what I’m […]
By Ron S. Doyle on October 6, 2009
Do celebrities actually believe in Polanski’s innocence, or simply pity the fugitive director’s past?
By Ron S. Doyle on October 5, 2009
New FTC rules will require bloggers to disclose any compensation received for product reviews.
By Ron S. Doyle on September 21, 2009
NOTE: There are only five days left in Blog Salad’s LeapFrog Reading System Giveaway Contest! For full contest details, click here. For a bonus entry, tweet a link to today’s blog post or email this link to a friend! I’m off to a peace event hosted by my former employer and the only Education for […]
By Ron S. Doyle on August 11, 2009
If a new direct loan program cannot successfully supplant the private loan industry, will the gap between rich and poor actually close—or will it shift?