Hiroko Tabuchi took New York Times transparency to new levels; Mike Sampson found big trouble in little Austin; and Anthony Ha discovered a door was closed to him. Travel troubled the Twitterati.

The New York Times's Hiroko Tabuchi went for full disclosure, then an editor's note, note then a full Twitte-retraction.

After losing his credit card at South by Southwest, entertainment blogger Mike Sampson was forced into a life of rulebreaking.

The Chicago Tribune's Rob Manker explained why all that advice to "spring forward, fall back" doesn't apply to late-night TV hosts.

At Pulino's in New York, Guest of a Guest's Billy Gray launched a brave new approach to culinary journalism. (We approved.) (Via)

VentureBeat's Anthony Ha found the print ethos at the South by Southwest press room adorable.