...the Post did send out a peculiar announcement for its upcoming celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, and I used the announcement for a Washingtonian story about modern media management. They don't call it a celebration, but for them, you know, it kinda has to be. After all, Watergate's legacy for the Post is everlasting journalistic fame, a Pulitzer, a place in the history books. The only part they probably don't celebrate is how Watergate, and their coverage of it, has become the benchmark by which everyone measures the paper's current performance. I doubt that will come up at the big event on June 11 at the Watergate office building.