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Comment: Re:Uhhh (Score 1) 300

by chipset (#27400423) Attached to: Anonymous Blogger Outed By Politician

I am pretty sure that's not the case. Mike Doogan, I believe, used to be a columnist for the Anchorage Daily News. It's been a long time since I lived there, so I could be wrong, but I believe that's the case.

With his connections at the paper and some reasonable investigation skills (or hiring someone), it would be possible to find out who they are.

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Google Previews App Engine 167

Posted by Zonk
from the what's-not-to-like dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Google is giving a handful of web programmers the opportunity to create and run their own Web applications on their servers. Today's launch of a preview release of Google App Engine signals a new era of collaboration with third-party software developers. 'The goal is to make it easy to get started with a new Web app, and then make it easy to scale when that app reaches the point where it's receiving significant traffic and has millions of users," said Google product manager, Paul McDonald in a blog post."

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