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Comment: Re:The Washington Post.... (Score 5, Informative) 837

by wemmick (#33115728) Attached to: WikiLeaks 'a Clear and Present Danger,' Says WaPo

Yes, mod up this AC.

Thiessen worked for George W. Bush, Jesse Helms, and Donald Rumsfeld. He's a well-regarded pundit and speechwriter in conservative circles.

His writings do not represent the editorial board of the Washington Post. The Post publishes columns by Thiessen so that they can represent different shades of the political spectrum.

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+ - World Bank Goes Open Source->

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wemmick
wemmick writes "Salon covers what seems to be a pretty cool social aggregator developed by, oddly, the World Bank called BuzzMonitor. It "allows users to aggregate all types of feeds (blog feeds, search feeds, news feeds) and collaborate around them. It provides tag clouds, Digg-like voting, Technorati and Alexa widgets, user tags and many other features." Built on Drupal, free download."
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