I am a 28yr old student at Towson University enrolled as a future journalism major. I am also a graduate of CCBC Essex and a graduate of the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. My goal is to one day be a successful writer. Either by writing a book, having a well known blog, or my own column.
I'm not the political type so it's difficult for me to truly comment on this article. However, those interested in what the President is doing these days would probably take an interest in this. I certainly didn't find anything wrong with it. I read it three times.
informative for those who did not know who is/was planning to run for mayor. This is a very important local issue.
I didn't even know this guy was pondering the fact he may run or not. This is news to me and I probably would have never known had this article never been written. That alone is a good sign of excellent local news coverage. Educating your readers.
Always good to get a first hand account of a neighborhood issue. Really displays how bad a situation can get when it varies from home to home. This is clearly and opinion based peice but still has the facts nhesecary to support it. Statistics, quotes, etc.
Editing of this story could have been a bit better. Noticing some errors. Also, pretty standard information, wouldn't really classify this as very insightful, just informative.
Personally I think a reboot is stupid, it's becoming a trendy thing with Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, and Batman having already been there and done that. It's like admitting a franchise failed or didn't exist to start with.
Well written, however an article repetitive of well known facts. No links to support the evidence of the article.
Human testing is something we've known for years, why write about something we already know? Glad to read about further discoveries but human testing is still human testing. Give us links to show where you found this "new" nformation.
This article provides all the appropriate sources and figures to support it. The fact is with media advancing the way it is with computers and the internet digital comics are inevitable. Just like how the internet is harming many newspapers the same could be said for those producing real comics versus the digital alternative. Like it or not this is the future. I am surprised the launch of digital comics didn't happen long ago. As a personal comic book fan myself I think it's better for media anyway.