The presentation of this year’s Top 25 stories extends the tradition originated by Professor Carl Jensen and his Sonoma State students in 1976, while reflecting how the expansion of the Project to include affiliate faculty and students from campuses across the country and around the world—initiated several years ago as outgoing director Peter Phillips passed the reins to current director Mickey Huff—has made the Project even more diverse and robust. 79 more words
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This wasn’t an article I felt was worth reading. 133 more words
there are new types of censorship like filtering search results, fake numbers in search popularity etc., even number of visitors and “activity” shown on a page on some social sites is often fake, thus censored — how come when you have tens of thousands views on a post and tens of likes, but “activity” (e.g. 57 more words
Five months after dropping coverage of the Internal Revenue Service scandal, ABC’s Good Morning America on Wednesday finally found time to allow a few seconds to mention the targeting of conservatives. 32 more words
An unknown exorcist helps Sophie Neville with her inner demons…
Seen here at a recent *cough* launch for one of those things – with the ink and the paper and the electronic tablet wossname, that shall not be mentioned on this blog – Sophie Neville receives some voluntary help with the many personal demons afflicting authors of the modern age. 50 more words
I’ve been censored. Again. I actually wrote, “The B.S. is strong in this one,” but someone decided it was inappropriate for a family newspaper/web/mobile audience. Good thing I have this forum to set the record straight.
And, you know, whine.