"They all make the same point," he says.
"reports of the death of irony are much exaggerated."
And the Marshall Project publishes its first story.
He'll be staying in Seattle.
"[Y]ou should launch when you can sustain."
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"You feel that sense that your bench has lost a certain nimbleness," he says.
Nick Bilton thought it was real, others detect the "tells."
"Op-ed has greater license to have opinions."
The Times editor explains why he doesn't tweet much.
Staffers spoke with Keller about Huffington, Twitter columns.
AdAge.com Nat Ives asks that of Jill Abramson. “It’s not important in the news report…
Departing editor talks to Esquire.
How New York Times staff and readers reacted.