Journalism and Corrections: The Importance of Knowing When You’re Wrong

Recently, I had to make a significant correction on a Facebook post made on my personal profile. It wasn’t a column, but it was something that had to be swiftly addressed and resolved in any event. I formally apologized to the individual who was haphazardly mentioned in my post. I could’ve easily made my point without invoking their name and raising implications about…

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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