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Facing Terrible PR, McDonald’s Will Tout “Healthier” Side

In anticipation of a movie version of “Fast Food Nation,” along with a similarly-themed upcoming book co-written by the same author, the fast food giant will promote its salads and fruit options.

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The Hard Edge of the “Page Six” Gossip Machine

The N.Y. Times (which is reportedly closing its own gossip page) quizzes a veritable who’s-who of New York’s ‘buzz industry’ leaders on the power of the N.Y. Post’s gossip page (which came under fire for the alleged extortion activities of one of its star writers.)

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Future Sex: Gizmos, Robots, Teledildonics

America’s top sex researchers envision a mainstream adoption of technologies like “teledildonics,” which allows remote mutual manipulation of devices like vibrators.

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Bush’s New Chief of Staff Signals Shake-Up

Josh Bolten has told senior staffers thinking about leaving the White House that “now is the time to come to such a decision,” according to Bush spokesman Scott McClellan.

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Truthdig Favorite Luckovich Wins Pulitzer

Check out Truthdig’s collection of cartoons by Mike Luckovich, who just won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning.

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Katrina and Terror Coverage Win Pulitzers

Two Gulf Coast newspapers took home the big award for their hurricane reportage; Risen and Lichtblau of the N.Y. Times won for their stories on Bush’s eavesdropping; and Dana Priest of the Washington Post earned a Pulitzer for reporting on secret CIA prisons. Full list of winners.

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The Nation: Generals Revolt

Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, asks, “Is there a retired general left in the States who hasn’t called on Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to fall on his sword?”

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From georgegalloway.com

‘Fake Sheikh’ Reporter Gets Taste of His Own Medicine

Mazher Mahmood, a British reporter who dresses up as a wealthy Arab businessman to entrap high-profile victims in sting operations, has been publicly outed by a member of Parliament.

  • N.Y. Times story
  • Fake Sheikh’ home page (created by the M.P.)
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    Cell Phones Set to Dial For Dollars

    PayPal will now allow users to buy goods and exchange money using their cell phones.
    Sweet! It’s been getting far too hard to blow money on impulse items in recent years.

    Posted on Apr 17, 2006 READ MORE


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    Growth Phase for Obesity Marketing

    From super-size coffins to super-reinforced beds to resorts for those afraid to be seen in bathing suits, the number of products and services for America’s obese is growing rapidly.

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