Comcast, QNA discussed on Recode Decode

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But I'm saying, but it was interesting 'cause then everyone else sort of copied not the ball gag. But like everyone else went that direction. It was sorry. So everyone went that direction. And I think it was not the worst direction to go in for journalists. But I do think that now everybody's kind of like everyone suddenly is making it's like making abakada toast, like everyone's making avocado toast and not everybody makes great avocado toast. I think it's hard honestly to make a bad avocado. That's like the genius of that. But the one thing I do want sound I can tell that we're supposed to. Toast. Right. Let me just say one less thing before moved to QNA, which is something that was really interesting to me to see when I was at the post was that you could write the same story as news, news analysis and opinion. Yeah. It was just like you were just saying that there's some people think this is a shitty deal. Critics say Comcast deal is terrible. And then there's like the kind of like kind of bland, but still like dues analysis colon. Comcast deal has problems. And then like, then there's like a pin? Like, Comcast sucks. Right. Like, and you could write the same thing. They're places like who you quoted and what what order it went in. That was always really interesting to me. And I always thought that in the traditionally, we did it we made it too hard for the new side to tell the truth too, easy, for the opinion side to lie. But now, I think like we also sometimes epipens gone so easy and thick out there that we don't do enough of the stuff that was behind a lot of that news. There was like good process. Even if there wasn't always good product. And I think like we don't want. I don't. The old even handed news product. But I do want to bring more of that process into it really point. We're gonna take another break. Now, we'll be back after.

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