One cannot read journalism without being struck by how often journalism is its subject.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
It is our grave misfortune to regard the principle of first doing no harm as applying only, or especially, to doctors.
You used to have to pay people to wear sandwich boards.
Content, n. Advertising for the advertising.
It’s all fun and games until someone gets paid.
Office gossip is always true.
Nothing sucks the joy out of an avocation like trying to make a living at it.
To be paid for opinions corrupts; and to be paid for particular opinions corrupts absolutely.
First school spoils us for learning, and then jobs spoil us for work.
Passion, n. An overwhelming urge to spend your life at something you don’t do especially well.