Thanks Xeni. Since newspapers and other forms of news outlets have gone the way of corporate enterprises, it's interesting to see the development of actual online news springing up. It's encouraging. I like that sites like ProPublica do work on donations, but I guess they can get strapped for cash. I wonder if Omidyar will be directing the tone or political bent, or if the news will speak for itself. I hope it is the latter. It seems that we have a higher ratio of news aggregators/opinionators to actual journalists. We don't need more Fox "News" or Huffington Post clones.
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