Let’s all go to Washyourhandsington to get ourselves a treat

Heard these on the radio a few times – they’re just begging to be shared. Try it again, this time with a little more soul… The 50’s-styled campaign, from the Washington Department of Health’s (DoH), is definitely cheesy (Tim Church, the DoH communications director acknowledged as much in an interview with Spokane’s The Spokesman-Review), but […]

Internet leaks into newspaper. Hilarity ensues.

The Sunday paper is always a good way to wind down from the weekend and catch up on what’s been going on in the world.  Normally, I find out about all sorts of things I’ve never heard of before (ratfish, anyone?); however, today’s Foxtrot started out vaguely familiar and ended up making me laugh out […]

Something’s awry at the Seattle Times (and it’s not the newspaper itself)

Bad puns aside, I’m a fan of newspapers.  While the Internet definitely has them beat for breaking news and news magazines edge them out on in-depth reporting, no other media is as local as a city’s paper.  Which is why I decided, as a new resident of Seattle, to subscribe to the Seattle Times. A […]