Morning Reading List, 04.10.07

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  • New York Times’ Brad Stone reports, “The conversational free-for-all on the Internet known as the blogosphere can be a prickly and unpleasant place. Now, a few high-profile figures in high-tech are proposing a blogger code of conduct to clean up the quality of online discourse.”

  • Dan Radmacher criticizes mainstream media, accusing “even the mainstream print media” for “too often” falling down on the job. “Many reporters also believe they’ve done their job if they simply quote both sides of an issue — as if most issues only have two sides — with no further effort to get at the truth of the matter.”

  • Christopher Hitchens is reigniting the exclusive Vanity Fair WHCA after party.

  • Watergate Papers: Who Leaked What When?

  • Roll Call is looking for a House Floor Editor.

  • The Center for American Progress is looking for an Associate Editor for

  • The Roanoke Times is looking for a Features Reporter.

  • The Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking for a Business Reporter.

  • The FIND Washington Daybook is looking for an Editorial Assistant.

  • Washington Post columnist David Ignatius will be at Politics and Prose tomorrow night for his new book, Body of Lies.

  • What’s Leaking Out of the White House

  • Viewers Aren’t Watching FNC Long Enough