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Are you fascinated not just by the media, but by all the ways in which blogs, Twitter and other forms of "social media" influence the news as it develops over time? Then Techmeme founder Gabe Rivera wants to hear from you. According to this posting on Craigslist (which I found via a Twitter link from…

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I know I'm not really saying anything new here, but every now and then when I look at Techmeme it fills me with despair. Well, maybe not despair exactly -- but a definite sinking feeling. It's bad enough when Apple news takes over the entire page of Techmeme headlines, but at least that occasionally involves…

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This one is a real can of worms in more ways than one, but I can't help myself. I recently came across (as many other people have, judging by my FriendFeed and Google Reader shared items) a piece by Duncan Riley at his new site, Inquisitr, in which he embarked on a fairly extended rant…

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As a fan of Techmeme, I try to stick up for the site whenever someone writes about how it's just an "echo chamber," or how it's dominated by the "A-listers" -- so it's nice to see a little empirical data from Yuvi, the 17-year-old data guru behind Statbot. Yuvi and his statistical abilities were recently…

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My friend Mark Evans has a post about the lack of original thought in the blogosphere -- or at least the pressures that tend to keep original thought from appearing -- and as the closest thing to what MG Siegler calls a "bitchmeme" this weekend, it has grabbed a bunch of links. Dave Winer sees…

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