Morning Report for May 5, 2015

* Austrian magazine Vangardist makes a point by printing an entire edition using ink laced with HIV-positive blood. ( | Read Vanguardist.
* “The inmates at the [San Quentin] News can give it everything they have—because the News is all they have.” (
* Perhaps the inmates would like to contribute to Hearst’s websites. One of my readers calls this, “How to write on spec for Hearst, forever.” (
* Ruth Reichl and other food writers pay tribute to food writer Josh Ozersky (right), who died while in Chicago for the James Beard Awards ceremony. He was 47. ( | “Outspoken and compelling and often controversial, losing him is a blow to the scene, not to mention a tragedy.” (
* Dave Eggers‘ McSweeney’s hopes to raise $150,000 via Kickstarter. (
* Fox News causes more unease in Baltimore. ( | Baltimore police quickly knock down Fox’s false report. (@BaltimorePolice)
* SPONSORED: Apply for a $5K/month McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism. (
* Fact-check those op-eds from politicians! (@BillinPortland)
* A Florida TV station is sued for falsely portraying a musician as a sex offender. (
offline* Benjamin Hart: “It’s now been a month since I left New York and quit the Internet, and I don’t regret what I did for a second.” (
* Finally, a ratings win for NBC’s Lester Holt. (
* FYI: Advertising for “digital natives” to fill job openings could get employers in trouble. The message: Only young applicants should apply. (
* I’m guessing Gannett is hoping digital natives “attend” this online job fair. (