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From Huffington Post: 8:28 PM ET — Not just in Tehran. Via email, reader Farbod writes: “This is from Ardabil in the northwest. Mousavi’s home province. I think it is very important that people see demonstrations from all over Iran, … finish reading Live-Blogging the Uprising in Iran
In the days before the Internet, one of the great voices of independent journalism was I.F. Stone, whose simple newsletter challenged the conventional thinking of the day. Media critic Jeff Cohen recalls Stone’s contributions to the cause of journalism. It … finish reading JOURNALISM : Was I. F. Stone the World’s First Blogger?
Progressives have a big tent at the Dem ConventionBy Steven Rosenfeld / July 14, 2008 A tent for 800 journalists, bloggers and activists will be set up at Denver’s Democratic Convention site. Few activities are more filled with political insiders … finish reading Denver : Under the Big Top
Clinton and Obama at 2007 YearlyKos Convention (now called Netroots Nation). Netroots Nation 2008Thursday-Sunday, July 17-20Austin Convention Center Netroots Nation, the third annual gathering of liberals and progressives from the blogosphere and beyond, meets July 17-20 at the Austin Convention … finish reading Netroots Nation Comes to Austin
The Civil Rights Battle Moves From The Streets To The InternetBy Heather Faison PHILADELPHIA — One of the most important e-mails to land in Kourtney Addison’s inbox was seconds away from being cyber trash. As her eyes scrolled down the … finish reading Blogging for Freedom : Black Activism on the Internet