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  1. Lydia Polgreen Wants to Bring HuffPost Back to the PeopleThe paper’s new editor-in-chief and self-proclaimed “ink-stained wretch” explains its changing ethos.
  2. Nate Silver’s Forecast (Probably) Overstates Trump’s ChancesFiveThirtyEight isn’t “unskewing” polls. But the site’s forecasting model is based on assumptions that inflate Trump’s prospects.
  3. blogs
    Your Cool Aunt Barbra Streisand Blogged About Donald Trump“When a politician ends almost every sentence with ‘believe me’ … don’t!”
  4. Where Digital Publications’ Comedy Videos Are Headed In April of 2001, a dot com bubble baby named Kozmo.com laid off over a thousand employees because its business model of […]
  5. the royals
    Princess to Become Content QueenPlease blog for me, Kate Middleton.
  6. The Huffington Post Should Fire Barack ObamaWhy do they keep publishing this failed blogger?
  7. Jill Abramson Might End Up at the Huffington Post The journalism start-up she’s planning with Steve Brill is looking for a home.
  8. HuffPost Hires Ex-NFL Player and 9/11 TrutherDonte’ Stallworth is now a national security reporter in the fellowship program.
  9. Here Are the Newspapers That Think You’re an IdiotToday’s media scorecard.
  10. AOL’s Tim Armstrong Blames ‘Distressed Babies’On a company-wide conference call.
  11. Huffington Post Blogger Barack Obama on Why Congress Should Pass ENDAThe blogger in chief?
  12. Pinto
    Chipotle Finally Lands Its Own Sponsored HuffPo SectionDon’t call it a paid endorsement.
  13. experiments in beauty
    What 30 Days of Unwashed Face Looks Like“That’s rosacea.”
  14. Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser Absolutely Hates the Huffington PostReally, you’re going to just call someone an asshole?”
  15. Chefs
    Where Do Chefs Go After Work? Korean BBQ and Tacos.Where do tired and sweaty chefs go for dinner?
  16. Shilling for Malaysia Is Pretty Nice Work If You Can Get ItA conservative commentator got shady content into HuffPo.
  17. Arianna Huffington Keeping Her Distance From AOLShe’s focusing only on the Huffington Post now.
  18. Arianna Huffington Is Keeping Her Hacked AOL E-Mail AccountNigerian spammers tried phishing her address book.
  19. The Times Wants Lisa Belkin to Stop Using Its IdeasThe paper sent a cease-and-desist to her new employer.
  20. Is the Huffington Post Requesting More Free Labor?Designers are not pleased.
  21. Did the Huffington Post Make a Big Mistake by Suspending an ‘Over-Aggregator’?Perhaps — because now they’ve drawn a line in the sand.
  22. Selling Your Soul for $124 Per Tweet, and Other Lessons of Digital JournalismApparently, it’s hard to make money online!
  23. Arianna Huffington Continues to Woo Employees Away From Bill KellerNothing personal.
  24. Times Continues Effort to Demonize Arianna HuffingtonThis time she’s participating, though. Lord knows why.
  25. Newspaper Guild Butts Into Arianna Huffington’s BusinessLiterally. Well, not the butt part.
  26. Is AOL Attempting to Skirt Employee Protection Laws?Possibly yes.
  27. AOL to Lay Off ‘Hundreds’ Starting TomorrowThe cuts will hit hardest in India.
  28. Newser.com Talks to Buy Salon.com Are ScuttledCollateral damage from the HuffPo-AOL deal.
  29. The AOLington Post: Yet Another Liberal Media Dream DeferredThe dream of an avowedly liberal media powerhouse to rival Fox News remains as alive — and as unfulfilled — as ever.
  30. Unpaid Huffington Post Bloggers: ‘Hey Arianna, Can You Spare a Dime?’Surely some of that $315 million from AOL is being shared with them, right?
  31. Matt Lewis Abandons Politics Daily for Daily CallerIt might be time to jump from that ship.
  32. How Much Did Arianna Earn From the AOL-HuffPo Deal?One Wall Street analyst says at least $100 million, Drudge says $18 million.
  33. This Has Happened Before: Comparing the AOLington Post to AOL Time WarnerA handy comparison chart.
  34. Arianna Huffington Gets Winklevii’dShe stole someone’s idea! Maybe!
  35. Huffington Post Steals Sunday Business Editor From New York TimesTimothy O’Brien will be national editor at the website.
  36. Superlatives
    Best Pie or Pie in the Face?A list of L.A.’s best pies loses focus while omitting some great bakeries.
  37. The Huffington NetworkYou don’t aggregate 500 million stories without making a few enemies.
  38. Two Liberal Strategists Accuse Arianna Huffington of Stealing Their Idea for an Aggregated News WebsiteLawsuit!
  39. Huffington Post Investigative Fund Merges With Center for Public IntegrityThis might solve some situational problems for the fledgling fund.
  40. ‘This Is Exactly the Type of Fearless, Extremely Well-Sourced Investigative Reporting That Sites Like Ours Are Putting Out of Business’Tina Brown and Arianna Huffington take the piss out of any rumors that they’re feuding.
  41. Is Tina Brown’s Bid to Helm Newsweek Really All About Her Rivalry With Arianna Huffington?That’s what one writer thinks.
  42. Nora Ephron and Huffington Post to Take All the Fun Out of DivorceBoo!
  43. How to Sign Up for Those Free HuffPo Buses to the Stewart/Colbert RallyInterested in hitching a free ride to DC for the Rally to Restore Sanity, courtesy of Arriana Huffington and her army of interns? Here’s the […]
  44. Huffington Post Offering Free Buses to Daily Show Rally from NYCLast night on The Daily Show, Arianna Huffington announced that she’d be offering up free bus service from Manhattan to DC for Jon Stewart and […]
  45. Mayhill Fowler’s Warning to Fellow ‘Citizen Journalists’In the end, what you are doing really is enhancing somebody else’s bottom line.”
  46. The Guys Behind Christwire, Creating Parody From ‘Glenn Beck on Steroids’So close to reality that some news sites can’t tell the difference.
  47. Superlatives
    Huff Post Picks L.A.’s Best Raw FishMatsuhisa and Kiyokawa are among the missing.
  48. just pants
    Gap Does Not Endorse PantslessnessOr shorts, apparently.
  49. Huffington Post Buys Pollster.comThe aggregating giant has added poll analysis to its repertoire.
  50. Even After Marrying a Man Who Made Millions, Diane Passage Continued Pole DancingAt least accused Ponzi schemer Ken Starr’s wife had a strong work ethic.
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