I remember I had an online argument about the coverage of the cruel death of the adjunct instructor Margaret Mary Vojtko, abandoned by her institution. Slate offered a “full profile” about Vojtko, a “corrective” of the viral story of her death, showing how difficult and proud and unwilling to seek help she was, and so on.  I objected that this was a journalistic smokescreen, a cynical way of diverting criticism and obscuring the real responsibility …