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I've been in a very strange place the last two days. ";->"



NY Times: "Nearly every morning, some diner in the state holds a Cup of Joe session, introducing Senator Lieberman as the breakfast special of the day."



Ross Karchner on blogging APIs in Python.



The flow from the BloggerStorm feeds is now itself available as a RSS 2.0 feed. It's the sum of all the feeds. Subscribed.



Chris Lydon reports on campaign appearances in Iowa by Kerry and Edwards. "Gephardt may have asked Iowa's help one time too many."






Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "This year Americans can shop for their next president online."



"thinkusaalignright"Scott Rosenberg describes the process that led to Salon's blog-like war room for Election 04. It's a great idea. Where did I read that in the last election you could follow it totally by watching five rooms. In the morning check in at the war rooms of the two candidates. And in the afternoon, camp out in the editorial conference rooms at the three networks. In 2004, Salon will have a war room. Naturally. And every publication worth its salt will have one too. And the candidates will have them. All will be competing to be a valued information source for voters. Competing in ways that make the election interesting and intellectually stimulating, we hope.






Pictures from the Top 100 has gotten more and more interesting.



(image) The Command Post has a neat feature, "Down To The Wire" with various candidates as we reach a milestone in the election of 2004. It's pretty honest, even brutal.



BBC explains how their RSS works.