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June 1, 2013
Today in the Huffington Post being the Huffington Post. (BTW: While this isn’t the only article this week on this topic, a story brought to light by the upcoming book Slimed!: An Oral History of Nickelodeon’s Golden Age, the difference here is that those articles didn’t explicitly call the show racist, but instead raised interesting points about racial diversity in ’90s cable television.)
(via @BuzzFeedAndrew)

Today in the Huffington Post being the Huffington Post. (BTW: While this isn’t the only article this week on this topic, a story brought to light by the upcoming book Slimed!: An Oral History of Nickelodeon’s Golden Age, the difference here is that those articles didn’t explicitly call the show racist, but instead raised interesting points about racial diversity in ’90s cable television.)

(via @BuzzFeedAndrew)

13:55 // 1 year ago
December 13, 2012
jaredbkeller:

I think the Huffington Post is trolling the Internet

Huffpo Hates Hipsters.
15:38 // 1 year ago
March 1, 2012
The front page of the Drudge Report ran a message above the lead image today in honor of Andrew Breitbart, who played a key role in building the site:

DEAR READER: In the first decade of the DRUDGEREPORT Andrew Breitbart was a constant source of energy, passion and commitment. We shared a love of headlines, a love of the news, an excitement about what’s happening. I don’t think there was a single day during that time when we did not flash each other or laugh with each other, or challenge each other. I still see him in my mind’s eye in Venice Beach, the sunny day I met him. He was in his mid 20’s. It was all there. He had a wonderful, loving family and we all feel great sadness for them today… MDRUDGE

Breitbart has a mention on HuffPo’s front page and a brief mention in this article of his role in building the site. EDIT: Dave Weigel reports via Twitter that the “Big” media empire he’s built will likely continue without him. 

The front page of the Drudge Report ran a message above the lead image today in honor of Andrew Breitbart, who played a key role in building the site:

DEAR READER: In the first decade of the DRUDGEREPORT Andrew Breitbart was a constant source of energy, passion and commitment. We shared a love of headlines, a love of the news, an excitement about what’s happening. I don’t think there was a single day during that time when we did not flash each other or laugh with each other, or challenge each other. I still see him in my mind’s eye in Venice Beach, the sunny day I met him. He was in his mid 20’s. It was all there. He had a wonderful, loving family and we all feel great sadness for them today… MDRUDGE

Breitbart has a mention on HuffPo’s front page and a brief mention in this article of his role in building the site. EDIT: Dave Weigel reports via Twitter that the “Big” media empire he’s built will likely continue without him. 

11:04 // 2 years ago