Thursday, March 11, 2010

Send Me Your Stories and Questions for The Right Thing

For the weekly newspaper ethics column I write for the New York Times Syndicate called "The Right Thing," I am always looking for stories of ethical challenges, dilemmas, and perplexing situations. If you have such a story or question based on an incident and would like it to be considered for the column, please email it to me at (Or you can post it here by clicking on "comments" or "post a comment" below.)

Please make sure to include enough details about the story, the issue that you're wrestling with, and your name and the city and state or province where you are located. Include a way for me to contact you.

If you know of others who might have interesting stories, please forward this on to them by clicking on the envelope below.

Thanks in advance for your stories.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In your piece about accepting online Comments without complete ID not being the Right Thing, consider that once it's published Google can pick it up and one becomes Searchable by all and sundry. Surely Comments by those who don't seek personal publicity can be evaluated by the content, not by some person you've never heard of anyway exposing their activity to strangers? Marjorie Smithers.

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