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Mar 22, 2005 1:35am


I'm Eyebeam's reblogger of the fortnight. This means that I spend a chunk of every day reading through Eyebeam's enormous base of subscribed RSS feeds, picking the choicest bits of information that I find particularly noteworthy/interesting.

As anyone who plays guitar knows, interesting things happens when outputs are connected to inputs:

That's a Slate article about "newsmashing" (reblogging, basically), posted to Jason Kottke's remaindered links, reblogged by me, re-reblogged by yatta at unmediated, found in my RSS reader, and currently re-posted here. I'll refrain from re-re-reblogging it even though I can.

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