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January 06, 2005

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PXLated

Very good article. Thanks for the link Dan!

paul

http://dotnetjunkies.com/WebLog/paul/archive/2004/12/31/40122.aspx

Shelley

You're kidding, right?

Dan, weblogging and so-called citizen jouralism had no impact on this event. Not one bit. We didn't cover it better, we didn't provide more information, we didn't lead the collection of funds, we didn't even collect the highest number of personal stories, videos, and photos... how can you possibly say that this brought the grassroots front and center?

Events of this nature take a little group like us and just shove us out of the way.

degustibus

After initial expressions of grief and contributions, the meanspirited christians got into it, and now all I see is end times and "they had it coming".......

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