Morning Reading List, 6.26.06

  • Please: Somebody tell me that you got a picture of Norah O’Donnell all glam-rocked-out at last night’s Rammys…We’d love you long time.

  • The Post’s Metro section unveils (a week late) “Page 3

  • Ah…here we go again

  • David Brooks takes on DailyKos.

  • The New York Times launches “Screens.”

  • Michael Kinsley will join the Guardian as an editor at large.

  • Jack Shafer discusses “the incredible shrinking newspaper.”

  • Slate undergoes a redesign.

  • Joanne Levine, executive producer of programming for the Americas at al-Jazeera International, says that al-Jazeera is as “American as apple pie.” (Not everyone agrees)

  • Bob Schieffer on Dan Rather (From CNN’s Reliable Sources): “Dan was truly larger than life. And his successes were often larger than life, and sometimes his mistakes were larger than life.”

  • Colby King stays on the Rosenbaum case.

  • Washington Post Magazine sits down with Bob Edwards

  • CNN’s John King loves him some ties.

  • Deborah Howell discusses “When Local News Gets Too Local.”

  • Joel Achenbach talks about “Dropping the F-Bomb”? Awesome.

  • Dr. Gridlock’s last column.