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Since Maddie passed, almost $24,000 has been raised for the March of Dimes.
Ben Smith has an article on Common Purpose, one of the many groups Rahm Emanuel has set up to coordinate messaging among liberal interest groups.
Cuban authorities accused blogger Yoani Sanchez on Wednesday of staging a "provocation against the Cuban Revolution" after she and others spoke public...
Today, at the G-20 Summit in London, blogger Richard Murphy was called on by Prime Minister Gordon Brown -- another historic breakthrough for the blogosphere.
Unfortunately, "Should I h8 AZNs?" is not satire. It highlights a very real cultural anxiety and its attendant racist backlash without taking it to task in any substantive way.
Sunday's NY Times piece reminds us that in this ever connected and status obsessed online ecosystem, you have to constantly be vigilant about your connections and information.
At the same time that the Iranian government is mulling capital punishment for "offensive bloggers, reports have emerged that two Iranian Christian bl...
A new Al Jazeera English video reports that Iran is considering a law that would make "offensive" blogging punishable by death. The video notes an Am...
Without a doubt, many of the attacks from the far-right against President Obama have amounted to nothing more than the political equivalent of speaking in tongues.
The more you self-reference, pick feuds and talk about the failure of TimesSelect, the better you're doing. If you make it sound like you're the one who figured out newspapers are dying, you win.
Omidreza was you. He was me. He simply was born in the wrong country, at the wrong time, and chose the wrong day to write about something he believed in.
Sometimes the people the press thinks of as deviant types are closer to the sphere of consensus than the journalists who are classifying those same people as "fringe."
The long history of hate violence in America further is more than enough to raise the antenna on the danger of violence against prominent political figures.
That's 24 hours in which no person, no media organization, no blogger, no social network, no whoever or whatever can disseminate, transmit, broadcast, pass along any new information to anyone else.
New York Times Columnist David Carr says "Google, The Huffington Post, and Newser have built their audiences and brands on other people's labors."
We need pressures from the left in our party to remind us why we chose to be Democrats rather than Republicans.
With the formation of Accountability Now PAC, progressives have developed a tool that provides the ability to set standards and, in some cases, exact accountability when our elected leaders fall short.
Information has risen to the level of being a most pressing community need in our current democracy. More than ever, a newsroom must be a mission-based place.
Ugh. This is the sort of day that it's been, that I've found myself slogging through the two sides of a terrifically boring blogfight between Open Le...
I am unadorned and unhidden here in cyberspace. I don't use a moniker or an avatar. I write my mind and, although I joke whenever I can, I listen to all comers and respond to them respectfully.
It sounds a helluva lot like Tila Tequila believes in censorship. Of the very same medium that made her, which, frankly, we find shockingly ungrateful.
To me, the key to the Fem2.0 conference on February 2 was to mashup, interact, and expand the dialogue.
CAIRO — Egypt released a German-Egyptian blogger arrested after protesting against the Gaza offensive but jailed three other pro-Palestinian act...
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