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Sanctuary Sources, Part 1

I know we talk a lot on the show about 27B Stroke 6, which is a Wired blog focusing on the wubtertubes, security, and governmental openness/accountability. If you don't read this, you should.

We also rely a lot on Google News, CNN, Reuters' Oddly Enough feed, and ScienceBlogs to pick up news items for the show. Generally, if it makes me blink or talk about it, it's probably showing up on the show at some point.

Unless I forget it.

While I'm here: anyone have any suggestions for other places to grab stories from? We're hardly equipped to scroll through the whole AP feed, but other good blogs or aggregate sites would be helpful.

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grysar
Mar. 19th, 2007 05:18 pm (UTC)
Slate's human nature column: http://www.slate.com/?id=3944&cp=2100253 tends to give a pretty goood round-up of a lot of science/tech stuff.
bluejaybird
Mar. 20th, 2007 03:01 am (UTC)
If you're looking for a feed reader, Netvibes is my favorite. I have 4 pages of rss feeds, though I don't read them all. I also have a page of to-do lists. You can put more widgets other than rss feeds too.

Anyway, as for news sites, the ones I look at are here:
www.kotaku.com - Games
www.gizmodo.com - Gadgets
www.techcrunch.com - Web 2.0
www.playfuls.com - A lot of stuff, really. Games and tech are what I read.
www.arstechnica.com - Tech stuff. Usually pretty good.
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