Media Biz Taking Out The Trash, 01.29.07 By Patrick on Jan. 29, 2007 - 8:55 AM We have a tie between being very attracted to a newsroom colleague and being neutral. Tiebreaker? Deb Howell’s Outlook column. AP’s Michael J. Sniffen gives us the update on the Scooter Libby trail and on the “spicier morsels” Cheney’s former top press assistant, Cathie Martin, described. NRO’s Media Blog has the highlights of Tony Snow’s thoughts on the press from an event at George Washington University. And another NRO gem — is the Wall Street Journal getting a new scent? Byron Calame examines the ethical standards of the New York Times when dealing with freelancers. Question: How come it’s so hard to find the Post’s “Free For All” Saturday page (which regularly features letters critical of the Post) online? “Bloggingheads Gets A Cash Infusion From Angel Investor Rosencrans” Douglas Brinkley reviews Marc Fisher’s book, “Something in the Air.” In Memoriam: “Journalist Benjamin F. Holman, 76; Advised Nixon, Ford on Racial Issues” FYI: Nominations for our “Rising Star” competition will be open through this week. Jim VandeHei’s hometown paper says, “An Oshkosh native is journalism pioneer.” Ralph Hanson wonders why MSNBC didn’t link to Hillary’s video. Doublethink magazine takes a look at the life of Sam Francis.