Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Zeitschrift, Revista, Revue, Rivista, Magazine

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Above the fold (W3)

Die wichtigsten Nachrichten - oder das was die Redakteure dafür halten - stehen auf der ersten Seite, "à la une", einer Tageszeitung. Aber da diese nicht nur zu groß ist zum Aufschlagen sondern auch zu unhandlich, um die erste Seite komplett auszufalten, wird das Wichtigste auf die obere Hälfte - also "über dem Falz" - platziert.

Diese Bezeichnung hat man auch ins Internet übernommen. Dort bezeichnet "Above the fold" den Bereich einer Internetseite, den man ohne Scrollen direkt im Blick hat.

(E?)(L?) http://www.netlingo.com/lookup.cfm?term=above%20the%20fold


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(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/A/above_the_fold.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.Newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/
Dieses schöne Internetangebot bietet täglich über 600 "Titelseiten des Tages" der grössten Tageszeitungen des Planeten.
Une page qui affiche chaque jour "la Une" des plus grands quotidiens de la planète.

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CJ (W3)

"CJ" steht für "City Journal".

(E?)(L1) http://www.city-journal.org/

City Journal is the nation’s premier urban-policy magazine, "the Bible of the new urbanism", as London’s Daily Telegraph puts it. During the Giuliani Administration, the magazine served as an idea factory as the then-mayor revivified New York City, quickly becoming, in the words of the New York Post, "the place where Rudy gets his ideas". The Public Interest goes further, calling City Journal "the magazine that saved the city".

But City Journal is a national, not just a local, force, with a readership that spans the U.S. - and an especially enthusiastic audience in the nation’s capital. The country’s most thoughtful journalists are among the quarterly magazine’s subscribers, as are top businessmen and financiers. City officials from coast to coast are loyal fans, and mayors from Milwaukee’s John Norquist to Oakland’s Jerry Brown happily acknowledge City Journal’s influence on their own thinking and policy. Newspapers across the land, from the Wall Street Journal to the San Diego Union-Tribune, regularly print adaptations of City Journal articles, disseminating the magazine’s influence to millions of readers.

City Journal offers a stimulating mix of hard-headed practicality and cutting-edge theory, with articles on everything from school financing, policing strategy, and welfare policy to urban architecture, family policy, and the latest theorizing emanating from the law schools, the charitable foundations, even the schools of public health. Since urban policy encompasses almost all domestic policy questions, as well as the largest issues of our culture and society, the magazine views its canvas as very broad indeed. The magazine holds itself to the highest intellectual, journalistic, and literary standards, aiming to produce intelligent and absorbing reading for intelligent and discerning readers.


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Forbes

(E?)(L?) http://www.forbes.com/people
people - The Number Ones
People Lists
World's Richest People
Forbes unveils its exclusive billionaires list.
The Forbes 400
Richest Americans, searchable by wealth, state and marital status.
800 American CEOs
Corporate America's Most Powerful People (and how much they make).
Forbes Celebrity 100
The top 100 celebrities, chosen and ranked according to their income and the media buzz they generate.
China's 50 Richest
Forbes Global focuses on 47 men and three women in China that best illustrate the country's rapid economic progress.
The Number Ones

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germanlife

(E?)(L?) http://www.germanlife.com/
American magazine in English about Germany

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Ironic Times

(E?)(L?) http://www.ironictimes.com/
Das genauen Anliegen dieser Site ist mir noch unklar.
Ist es eine Satire auf irgendeine "xxx Times"?

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loc.gov
Library of Congress
Newspaper Archives, Indexes & Morgues

(E?)(L?) http://www.loc.gov/rr/news/oltitles.html

Archive sources on the Web | US newspapers | Morgues (US) | International


Erstellt: 2016-04

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naa
Newspaper Association of America

(E?)(L?) http://www.naa.org/


National Review
etymology

(E?)(L?) http://switch2.netrics.com/cgi-bin/nro.cgi?s=etymology&db=nationalreview&account=nro


Newspaper (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newspaper


newspaperarchive

(E?)(L?) http://www.newspaperarchive.com/


nybooks
Etymology in The New York Review of Books

(E?)(L?) http://www.nybooks.com/about/

With a worldwide circulation of over 135,000, The New York Review of Books has established itself, in Esquire‘s words, as “the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.” The New York Review began during the New York publishing strike of 1963, when its founding editors, Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein, and their friends, decided to create a new kind of magazine — one in which the most interesting and qualified minds of our time would discuss current books and issues in depth. Just as importantly, it was determined that the Review should be an independent publication; it began life as an independent editorial voice and it remains independent today.

The New York Review’s early issues included articles by such writers as W.H. Auden, Elizabeth Hardwick, Hannah Arendt, Edmund Wilson, Susan Sontag, Robert Penn Warren, Lilian Hellman, Norman Mailer, Gore Vidal, Saul Bellow, Robert Lowell, Truman Capote, William Styron, and Mary McCarthy. The public responded by buying up practically all the copies printed and writing thousands of letters to demand that The New York Review continue publication. And Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein continued as co-editors of the Review until Barbara’s death in 2006; Robert Silvers continues as editor.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.nybooks.com/search/?q=etymology&origin=magazine




Erstellt: 2012-12

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sciam
Scientific American

(E?)(L?) http://www.sciam.com/
'Spektrum der Wissenschaft' im Original

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theatlantic.com
etymology

(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/search/?q=etymology

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Erstellt: 2015-03

theweek.com
etymology

(E?)(L?) http://theweek.com/search/etymology




Erstellt: 2016-02

time.com
Search Results for etymology

(E?)(L?) http://search.time.com/results.html?src=vault&Ntt=etymology

From: Jan 1925 To: Jan 2015

84 results

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Erstellt: 2015-02

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Yellow Press, yellow (W2)

(E?)(L?) http://www.owad.de/
Der engl. Ausdruck "yellow press" = "Sensationspresse", "Boulevardpresse" scheint sich in der Zeit vor dem US-Bürgerkrieg gebildet zu haben. Die Befürworter und Gegener der Sklaverei betrieben eine intensive "Informationspolitik" indem sie ihre gegenseitigen Anklagen und Angriffe auf ungebleichtem, also leicht gelblichem Papier veröffentlichten. Diese anonymen Pamphlete, die auch Lügen enthielten, schienen allerdings einen gewissen Erfolg zu haben. Einige Zeitungsverleger nahmen sich diese Art des "Journalismus" zum Beispiel und bildeten so die "Yellow Press".

Im einem Beitrag von "One Word A Day" wird die Vermutung geäußert, dass auch engl. "yellow" = "to be afraid", "to have no courage" = "feig", "Schiss haben" auf diese Tradition zurückgeht. Nun kann man dies allerdings zweifach interpretieren. Vermutlich sind mit den "Feiglingen" jedoch die anonymen Agitatoren gemeint.

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