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  1. the most important wedding in the world
    Politico Is Not Interested In Chelsea Clinton’s WeddingNot everyone is freaking out about the Wedding of the Millennium.
  2. blog-stained wretches
    Times Casts Light on ‘Frantic and Fatigued’ Online JournalistsYoung journalists lucky to make it more than a year.
  3. barack obama
    Obama Notes That ‘Six Months Ago,’ Few Really Wanted Him to ‘Spend Money in Case of a Catastrophic Oil Spill’Put those pointing fingers down, Congress.
  4. in other news
    Politico Columnist Roger Simon Loses Leg and Foot, Keeps Sense of HumorThis is as good an attitude as one could have about something like this.
  5. in other news
    Steve Rattner, Reuters, Politico Interested in Newsweek?Some potential buyers are showing interest in the struggling magazine.
  6. intel
    Wisenheimers, Scary People, and Debate-Team Captains: A Taxonomy of Commenting CommunitiesAn anthropological survey of thirteen strange online cultures.
  7. blog-stained wretches
    Washington Post Launches PostPolitics.comPolitico, you’ve got company. Or do you?
  8. ink-stained wretches
    Politico’s Mike Allen: Hobo or Robot?The fascinating quirks of a strange, powerful media person.
  9. blog-stained wretches
    Michael Calderone Leaves PoliticoHe’ll join Yahoo News’ developing network of blogs.
  10. politics as unusual
    Forget Haiti. You Know Who Has It Really Hard? Congressional Staffers“Sometimes the only chance you have to eat are hors d’oeuvres at parties.”
  11. in other news
    White House Takes on Politico with Jokey E-mailLook who has a sense of humor.
  12. ink-stained wretches
    Times and Politico Bosses Feud Over ScoopletsThe old media is too busy with important things to even remember the stories that new media broke.
  13. media deathwatch
    Media Survives Friday the 13th … So FarToday in media news.
  14. media deathwatch
    Washington Post Appoints First Woman, Gannett Staffers Take a ‘Vacation’More media bad news, disguised as good, in our daily roundup.
  15. instant politics
    Ken Layne and Ben Smith on Being ‘In the Tank’ and Why McCain’s So ResilientWonkette’s Ken Layne and Politico’s Ben Smith discuss the McCain campaign’s accusation that Smith is “in the tank,” the possibility of Henry Paulson and Chris Dodd taking over the country, and the proliferation and pitfalls of political blogs.
  16. in other news
    Did CBS and Katie Couric Conspire to Make McCain Look Better?The liberal blogosphere is aflame after a gaffe from McCain is edited out of a CBS broadcast.
  17. company town
    ‘Playboy’ Profits: Going Down?Plus, ‘02138’ graduates to a new publisher, Bush goes online, and Skadden makes big bucks — all in our daily industry roundup.
  18. company town
    Private Equity Switches to the Full-Court PressPlus, what’s going on at ‘Portfolio,’ why you’ll be hearing more from Perez Hilton, and where the Beatrice Inn is headed next.
  19. early and often
    Bloomberg, Who Is Not Running for President, Says Prez Needs Executive Experience Ooh! More fun with the Mike Bloomberg will-he-or-won’t-he: The Politico’s ace politiblogger, Ben Smith, relays a mayoral comment overheard in an Upper East Side restaurant last night. If Bloomie isn’t running, you might think he’d be fond of Barack Obama, another guy who holds center-left positions and talks about moving beyond partisan politics. But no. Obama “simply is not experienced enough to become president,” Smith’s source heard Bloomberg say. Also: “Senators have absolutely no idea what executive decision making is all about.” Now if only we could think of a possible contender who does know something about executive-decision-making… Bloomberg on Obama: Not Enough Experience [Politico]