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Grist's Roberts: It Was a Case of 'White Dude Privilege Syndrome' - Posted August 2, 2013
When Talking Points Memo published, shall we say--uncensored--comments from Anthony Weiner's communications director about an intern. there were a variety of reactions. Maybe that's an understate... [FishbowlDC]

ESPN Radio Rides Young Viewers to Vie with WFAN in NYC - Posted May 25, 2011
WFAN is the No. 1 sports talk radio station in New York City, but ESPN's Mike and Mike (Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic) beat out Boomer and Carton (... [TVNewser]

ESPN Radio Rides Young Viewers to Vie with WFAN in NYC - Posted May 25, 2011
WFAN is the No. 1 sports talk radio station in New York City, but ESPN's Mike and Mike (Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic) beat out Boomer and Carton (... [SportsNewser]

More JournoList Leaks: Members Plot to Bury Rev. Wright Story - Posted July 20, 2010
President Obama's former pastor - Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ. It's now fairly obvious that the Daily Caller has in its possession the full archive of JournoList - Ezra Klein's defunct internet group for liberal members of the media. The list-serv that cost WaPo's... [morningmedianewsfeed]

More JournoList Leaks: Members Plot to Bury Rev. Wright Story - Posted July 20, 2010
President Obama's former pastor - Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ. It's now fairly obvious that the Daily Caller has in its possession the full archive of JournoList - Ezra Klein's defunct internet group for liberal members of the media. The list-serv that cost WaPo's... [FishbowlNY]

Need a Mobile Web Site Right Now? Ubik.com Can Help. - Posted March 17, 2009
The push for companies to have a mobile presence these days is similar to what they went through in the 1990s when faced with getting onto the Internet. Back then, the idea was to give customers all the information they could want without forcing them to leave their desks. Today it's... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

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