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Posts Tagged ‘Robert Scoble’

Morning Reading List, 08.21.08

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Taking Out The Trash, 12.29.06

  • We are seeing a surge in voting…an hour and a half left…

  • Instapundit reports that while many journos don’t like the recent subpoenas issues by the army, some “seem to confuse” their ethical issues with political ones.

  • Riehl World View claims that the “AP and E&P have teamed up to perpetuate a lie.” The lie being that “many U.S. troops in Iraq oppose escalation.” What do you think?

  • Nielsen BuzzMetrics press release revealed that 18 blogs are responsible for the 100 most popular blog posts of 2006. The most popular blog, based on inbound links, was mother.livejournal.com’s petition against changes in the livejournal interface. Crooks and Liars’ posts on Stephen Colbert’s monologue at the White House, and Keith Olbermann commentary on Rumsfeld, were the number 2 and 3 posts, respectively.

  • From Slate, video included: “Bob Wright engages a Buddha-like Andrew Sullivan in intense theological discussion. Then I try to give Bob grief for not taking the obvious shots at him. Bob takes this rather more seriously than I meant it –and that’s always must-see TV!”

  • Robert Scoble sat down with The Washington Post’s Dan Balz, to discuss how technology is quickly changing the face of journalism and politics.

  • Happy New Years!