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"How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love Genocide"

[ 0 ] September 30, 2005 |

The web security team at The New York Times need to do a better job of protecting what’s left of that institution’s shattered reputation. Their plan, to put their most embarrassing writers in a place no one would look, won’t work if these leaks persist. The Editors were the victims of such a leak, that demonstrates Thomas Freidman redefining strategery for the 21st century. The masochists among us can find Freidman’s latest discharge here.

Here is my hope: the more bloggers link to these links, the harder the Times will try to shut them down. C’mon, boys, help Tommy out. He needs his obscurity intellectual property rights defended with the greater vigor.

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