Australians to Blame?
Erik Ortiz, New York Daily News: "Jacintha Saldanha, victim of Australian radio prank call about Kate Middleton, left suicide note for family"
Thom Patterson, CNN: "Aussie DJ scandal: Does radio share the blame?"
Stephen Marche, Esquire: "We're All to Blame for Jacintha Saldanha"
Holly Byrnes, Patrick Lion and Jessica Leo, The Australian: "Royal hoax inquiry expected today"
Maria Sciullo, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "On the Media: Law here a barrier to Aussie DJ prank"
Toronto Globe and Mail editorial: "The perils of prank calls, and how one in particular went way too far"
Sandra Parsons, The Daily Mail: "Does Kate's hospital care more about PR than its own nurses?"
Christopher Moraff, The Philly Post: "Blame the Audience for Nurse's Death After Kate Middleton Hospital Prank"
Michael Russnow, The Huffington Post: "British Nurse's Apparent Suicide is Tragic, But Media and Public Response Has Been Over the Top"
Jack Stuef, BuzzFeed.com: "The Secrets of the Internet's Most Beloved Viral Marketer"
Matthew Inman, The Oatmeal: "I wrote a response to Jack Steuf's BuzzFeed article about me"
Jeff John Roberts, GigaOm: "BuzzFeed apologizes (sort of) for smear of The Oatmeal cartoonist"
Slade Sohmer, Hypervocal.com: "Why This BuzzFeed v. The Oatmeal Fight Actually Does Matter"
What Fiscal Cliff?
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Why the Fiscal Cliff Is a Snooze"
Brad Plumer, The Washington Post: "The rest of the world thinks the fiscal cliff is ridiculous"
The Skinny On Beef
Mike McGraw, Sarah Cohen et al, The Kansas City Star: "Beef's Raw Edges"
John Landsberg, Bottom Line Communications: "KC Star Announces Layoffs in Time for Holidays"
Loyalty to a Fault
JimRomenesko.com: "Auditors: State Employee Posted Nearly 5,000 Comments on Sacramento Bee Site"