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Friday, May 28, 2004


To Tell The Truth
by Paul Krugman, New York Times
Why did the press credit Mr. Bush with virtues that reporters knew he didn't possess? One answer is misplaced patriotism. Another is the tyranny of evenhandedness.


How Can I Sex Up This Blog Business?
by Steven Levy, Wired
Hot gossip! Cool gadgets! Gawker & Gizmodo, Fleshbot & Wonkette! Inside Nick Denton's plan to become the nanopublishing media mogul.

How Widescreen Won
by Bryan Curtis, Slate
The way we watch movies at home has changed. What happened?

Inventing A Menu To Provide Food For Thought
by Jan Hoffman, New York Times
Chef Jorge, 54, has just been named executive chef for the New York City public school, a position new for the city and possibly the first such post in the country. He is charged with making recommendations to help a cast of thousands feed 1.1 million students meals that look good, taste good and will be good for them.

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