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Government Calls in Help to Fix Obamacare Website

U.S. technology chief Todd Y. Park is among those who have been asked by the White House to sort out the notoriously malfunctioning federal exchange website built by a unit of CGI Group Inc.

Posted on Oct 20, 2013 READ MORE


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truthdig.com / lapressclub.org

Truthdig Named ‘Best News Website’ by Los Angeles Press Club

Truthdig is honored to have once again been named the Best News Website Exclusive to the Internet during the 55th annual Southern California Journalism Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles.

Posted on Jun 24, 2013 READ MORE



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Truthdig Nominated for Two Webby Awards

As a small but tenacious site, we are gratified to be one of the finalists among an array of heavy hitters in the categories of best political website and best political blog. But we still need your help.

Posted on Apr 10, 2013 READ MORE



Kristin Dos Santos (CC-BY-SA)

Why CBS Can’t Be Trusted With the News

What may seem like a small story of interest merely to geeks and journalists shows that corporations do, in fact, tell their editors what they can say.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013 READ MORE



TheRealGeorgeZimmerman.com

Zimmerman Makes Bid for Online Support

George Zimmerman has taken to the Web to drum up support—and to support himself. The 28-year-old former neighborhood watch patrolman, who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26, has launched a website seeking donations to cover his legal and living expenses.

Posted on Apr 10, 2012 READ MORE



AP / Paul Sakuma

Facebook May Morph Your Brain

Here we have the latest news in the blossoming social networking subdiscipline of neurology, about which we are not entirely kidding, as a team of researchers from University College London has found a possible link between the size of their subjects’ flocks of Facebook friends and the size of certain parts of their brains. (more)

Posted on Oct 19, 2011 READ MORE



Amazon’s Sweatshop

Amazon’s warehouse has brutal working conditions; women are beginning to take over the workforce; meanwhile, a website and app have been developed to tell you how many slaves are working for you. These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Sep 22, 2011 READ MORE



The state of Arizona / az.gov

Arizona Taking Donations to Pay for Border Fencing

An Arizona law allowing the state to build its own security fence along the border with Mexico went into effect Wednesday, and the private donations necessary to fund the project have begun stacking up.

Posted on Jul 20, 2011 READ MORE



http://twitter.com/#!/lulzsecLulz Security

Hack Attack: Senate, CIA Sites Take a Hit

A band of hackers by the collective name of LulzSec brought the CIA’s website down for the count Wednesday, and while they were at it the technogeeks broke into the Senate’s site.

Posted on Jun 15, 2011 READ MORE



vegnews.com

Meatless Site’s Photos of Meat Spark Outrage

So much for the “vegetarian lifestyle” that embattled website VegNews purports to promote. The online hub for vegans and vegetarians caused a ruckus recently when it was discovered that numerous photos of supposedly meat-free foods were actually images of carnivorous fare.

Posted on Apr 19, 2011 READ MORE



Gizmodo

Amazon Evicts WikiLeaks

In addition to selling books, Amazon does a nice side business hosting websites. WikiLeaks was paying for space on Amazon servers this week until the retailer sent the leakers packing. No comment so far from Amazon, but WikiLeaks, now hosted in Sweden, responded with a dig about “the land of the free.”

Posted on Dec 1, 2010 READ MORE



mancrunch.com

Gay Dating Site Wants In on Super Bowl Action (Update: Video)

A commercial for a gay dating website isn’t likely to air during next week’s Super Bowl. The site, ManCrunch.com, submitted an ad that CBS is still “deliberating” on. ManCrunch was told all spots had been sold, but other potential advertisers are being told otherwise.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010 READ MORE



Flickr / Joe Shlabotnik

All the News That’s Fit to Charge For

The New York Times’ website may get more traffic than just about any other news site in the country, but the paper is still struggling to pay its bills and announced Wednesday that it will move to a metered pay model. ... (continued)

Posted on Jan 20, 2010 READ MORE



Larry’s List: Beautiful People Edition

Today on the list: gay-baiting in Illinois’ GOP primary, a website for beautiful people only (ouch), the ups and downs of higher education and more.

Posted on Jan 5, 2010 READ MORE


Bienvenido, Soy John McCain

Whether it’s just window dressing or the opening salvo of a serious effort to court the Latino vote, John McCain has launched a Spanish-language Web site. While McCain was once a champion of immigration reform, he did a substantial bit of pandering during the Republicans-only leg of the campaign. In fact, he even said at one point that he wouldn’t vote for his own immigration bill.

Posted on May 6, 2008 READ MORE



Flickr/ Captian Giona

Italians Outraged, Yet Curious

Imagine going to the Internet and being able to see how much everyone in the United States, including you, earned and paid in taxes. The outgoing Italian government just made everyone’s private business public. Needless to say, Italians were outraged as they rushed to the Web to see the income of their neighbors and the rich and famous.

Posted on May 1, 2008 READ MORE


Obama Web Site Hacked

Security experts have managed to unravel the relatively simple exploit that allowed hackers to prank Barack Obama’s Web site just days before the Pennsylvania primary. Visitors to the site’s community blogs page found themselves redirected to HillaryClinton.com. Neither campaign wanted to talk about it with the Associated Press.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008 READ MORE


Judge Silences Whistle-Blower Site

A California court has ordered Wikileaks.org, a Web site that allows users to anonymously post documents and allege corruption, to be shut down. A Swiss bank brought the case after someone using the site alleged the firm had facilitated money laundering. Wikileaks says it was “given only hours notice” of the hearing.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008 READ MORE


Bush ranch posse
merip.org

The 935 Lies They Told Us About Iraq

The Center for Public Integrity has launched a new Web site that documents some of the 935 “false statements” that George W. Bush and his seven hawks made while pushing war with Iraq. The site endeavors to show that this wasn’t a case of just getting it wrong, but “a carefully orchestrated campaign of misinformation.”

Posted on Jan 23, 2008 READ MORE



abcnews.com

Clinton Targets Obama on the Web

The Hillary Clinton campaign has secured two domain names for Web sites that will be devoted to attacking Barack Obama. A Clinton representative says negative sites are nothing new, but the Obama campaign says Clinton’s latest Internet efforts are “politically motivated attacks in the eleventh hour of a closely contested campaign.”

Posted on Dec 20, 2007 READ MORE


McCain site
cracked.com

The Worst Candidate Websites

Cracked.com has a review of the candidates’ websites, including “awkward attempts at hipness” and “weirdest moments.” John McCain’s virtual outpost, for example, won this critique: “The main image from the pre-site landing page essentially says, ‘Welcome to the online obituary for the late Senator John McCain.’ ”

Posted on Aug 10, 2007 READ MORE


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Last Day to Vote for Truthdig!

Voting closes at midnight tonight for the Webby People’s Voice awards.  Truthdig has been nominated for three, in the categories of News, Politics, and Blog - Political. Click here to support Truthdig.

Posted on Apr 27, 2007 READ MORE


website
bradblog.com

Is the White House Whitewashing History?

Margie Burns, reporting for the Brad Blog, says the White House may be up to some old, unsavory tactics, deleting unfavorable material from its website in potential violation of the Presidential Records Act of 1978. At issue are briefing references to Jeff Gannon, the faux journalist whose non-questions helped deflect criticism during press briefings.

Posted on Feb 11, 2007 READ MORE


Alive in Baghdad: Iraq Through the Eyes of Iraqis

Founded by Brian Conley, a 26-year-old American journalist, and coordinated in Iraq by 21-year-old Iraqi Omar Abdullah, the website Alive in Baghdad features short films by Iraqis documenting daily life in their war-ravaged country. You must see this site. (BBC story, AiB site)

Posted on Dec 8, 2006 READ MORE


Red_America
From redstate.com

Washington Post’s Conservative Blog Hire Draws Fire

The Washington Post recently hired conservative blogger Ben Domenech (of Redstate.com) to write a regular blog for the newspaper’s website. The appointment drew immediate criticism, notably from conservative-turned-progressive writer David Brock, who questioned Domenech’s journalism bona fides.

Posted on Mar 22, 2006 READ MORE


ginsburg_asleep
From Fox News via Newsbusters

If Ginsburg Fell Asleep, So Did Media

Did Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg fall asleep while hearing a key redistricting case—as Fox charges? If so, most traditional media outlets didn’t report it.
A conservative website poses an interesting question here: if Justice Thomas or Scalia fell asleep, would most news outlets ignore that, as well?

Posted on Mar 3, 2006 READ MORE


Wal-Mart CEO Talks Tough in Internal Memos

Wal-Mart’s CEO suggests that a store manager is disloyal, and should consider quitting, after the manager laments the lack of health benefits at the mega-chain. This happened on a confidential, internal website that the N.Y. Times sussed out.
Earlier: Sales are brisk and accusations fly as Robert Greenwald’s Wal-Mart documentary racks up 110,000 DVD sales.

Posted on Feb 17, 2006 READ MORE


blogger Josh Marshall
From talkingpointsmemo.com

White House Photo Agency Deletes Bush-Abramoff Pictures

Blogger Josh Marshall discovers that official Republican photographers deleted pictures from their website of the president and the disgraced lobbyist. | post
The Daily DeLay reports that the president of that photographic company is a Bush contributor. | post

Posted on Jan 27, 2006 READ MORE


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