· Slate editor Jacob Weisberg says anybody who wants to be a journalist can be one. Of course, getting paid for it isn't quite as easy. Ask... this friend of ours. [Slate]
· The effects of November 2004 continue to be felt: Nation publisher Victor Navasky no longer calls himself "editorial director" of the magazine. Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel is now solely responsible for presenting the irrelevance of the left in Bush's mandate America. [NYDN]
· Daniel Okrent to bring his nit-picky love to Harvard? [E&P]
· Perhaps the last "Kenneth, what's the frequency?" joke you'll ever have to endure. At least we hope it is. [Borowitz Report]