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April 4, 2008
Don't tell us there isn't a social media bubble swelling; first The Huffington Post announces it wants to be The New York Times (on the front page of the Times' Business section, naturally) and now Tina Brown has decided she wants to be The Huffington Post (or, perhaps more to the point, Arianna Huffington). Brown and Barry Diller -- the mastermind behind Web phenomena such as 23/6 and Very Short List -- are teaming up to launch their own news aggregation site. Nothing's been announced, not even a name, but the site's editor-in-chief will be Ed FelsenthalEd Felsenthal<...
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