We've recently had two episodes of entrapment journalism. I'm a bit old school, so the idea of concocting a story featuring a journalist who then reports on the self-created event seems, well, wrong. But putting that aside, the two episodes were revealing of the character of the targets and the divide between our private and public faces.
You may not have noticed, but there's a spitting match going on right now between Arianna Huffington and New York Times editor Bill Keller about the future of what we in the biz used to call journalism.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland showed both his frustration with the Miguel Cabrera crisis and his resolve to get Cabrera "into baseball shape" during a pithy press briefing ahead of Friday's game against the Cardinals game at Roger Dean Stadium.
The Guardian newspaper said last night that their award-winning reporter Ghaith Abdul-Ahad and a Brazilian journalist he was travelling with were in the custody of Libyan authorities, after being detained while trying to report on the rebellion against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.