From former Philadelphia Inquirer editor Rich Heidorn Jr. comes TreeHouse Media, a turn-on-its-head approach to the contemporary angry journalist. The site is striving to give journalists the tools to self-soothe. It's discursive, but not looking for gripes and grievances. Rather, it has a collaborative, let's-get-out-of-this-morass-together tone. Mainly it seems to say the newsroom is morphing into a batch of self-employed service providers, so join the club.