Media and Tech
It’s an article, it’s a Nook! It’s Bill Keller’s Wikileaks piece available online, in print and for download.
The 8,000 word opus went online on Wednesday, will appear in the NYT Magazine on Sunday and, for $5.99, can be read on the Nook as “Open Secret: Wikileaks, War and American Diplomacy.”
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Air Force personel who try and sign on to The New York Times website see a page that says “ACCESS DENIED. Internet Usage is Logged & Monitored,” according to The Wall Street Journal.
Turns out that the Air Force is blocking Wikileaks, aiming to keep its personel from accessing more than 25 sites which Read More
Last week James Fallows introduced a brilliant little contest at Atlantic.com. Readers were asked to submit their favorite cables from the 250,000 secret government documents leaked by Wikileaks.
Turns out this was just a genius ploy for some crowd-sourced labor. Now Atlantic.com is making use of the best cables as part of their CableGate Read More