on 30 January 2009
Well this book presents a sobering picture of an aspect of the media and, in away, the menance portrayed can be extended to many areas of our lives. The irony will be that many of us will be too busy to even read the book let alone contemplate its content.
on 31 January 2014
An excessible, well-written, researched and powerfully-argued work. Essential for anyone who cares about the ethics of media reporting, especially in a digital age of Retweets and instant churnalism. This isn't only for journalists, but for all of us since we are all public figures now. The lessons you will learn and the lessons you see fail in this book make you a better thinker and participant in the global interaction occuring these days.