I really love this. it’s such a lovely feeling to read a poem to yourself but it’s also so nice to have someone hold your hand and walk you through it a little bit. What a neat way to create that experience. https://t.co/h3mwtOPyQk
When the New York Times broke the story of the Pentagon papers (NOT the Washington post, Mr. Spielberg) one byline was left off the page: Linda Amster. Now The Times is bringing her the recognition she deserves. Researchers RULE, y’all. https://t.co/49S0fnUfT7
Here's a name to know: Linda Amster, then the head researcher at The New York Times, was in her 20s when the boys called her in to help with the story of the century.
"I said, without blinking an eye, 'Show me the papers.'" https://t.co/ifbvnlxPo1
...Fox Butterfield, Al Siegel, Rick Smith, Linda Amster helped navigate me through my first years at the Times. The history is a reminder that all of us privileged enough to report on national security, in the print pages and online, stand on their shoulders. Worth reading it all
What a joy, on the 50th anniversary of the publication of the Pentagon Papers, to take some time out from covering Pres. Biden’s first foreign trip to read this remarkable oral history. The key players — Abe Rosenthal, Max Frankel, Jimmy Greenfield... https://t.co/wRCSOGhVlM
So many @nytimes journalists share in the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, whether their names or work appear in the entry or not. Together, they explained the impact of the coronavirus on the world; on life. It's an honor to be among them. https://t.co/xtVkKfFXrz
Media union news: About 100 NYT employees have signed a letter *in favor* of a union dues increase for the NY News Guild to support new organizing. Last week, a separate group of NYT reporters sent around a letter opposing the increase. Text: https://t.co/ZoUWwN1ssc