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Tuesday, August 10, 2004


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I agree that blogs are usually better sources of information. Often I find that other people have run into articles and sources I would never have run across to formulate clearer and more thoughtout news. The 'professional' journalists often filter so much information out that you do only get sound bites. I'm all for no sound bites and no bound sites ;)

Check out Thomas Barnett's site, too. First-rate.

"... a better source of information."

Bingo, spot-on. But one technique I've found helpful, after identifying some favored sources, is to read the bloggers they critique, to see whether the opposition's viewpoint is being fairly portrayed. (This is more economical with succinct bloggers.)

It's the interplay, the conversation, that tends to reveal truth better, I 'spect....


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