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Technologies have always changed how the news gets presented and discovered — from Ben Franklin’s time forward. Dan Kennedy
November 16, 2010
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WikiLeaks
Honolulu Civil Beat
Center for Investigative Reporting
St. Louis Beacon
NewsTilt
Craigslist
Investigative News Network
Circa
MSNBC
PubliCola
Arizona Guardian
The Economist