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  1. ink-stained wretches
    Newser.com Talks to Buy Salon.com Are ScuttledCollateral damage from the HuffPo-AOL deal.
  2. media
    Salon.com Open to Merger“We’d like to think you don’t have to be a media conglomerate to succeed at doing high-quality journalism. The content economy we have today says you probably have to be.”
  3. blog-stained wretches
    Joan Walsh Out as Editor of Salon, Kerry Lauerman InWalsh has edited the online magazine since 2005.
  4. blog-stained wretches
    Salon.com Is Done With This ‘Online Magazine’ CrapWe read between the lines of the website’s latest press statement.
  5. company town
    Meredith Whitney Eyes Goldman After Stock DropAnalysts aren’t so hot on the formerly golden bank this week. Plus, the latest on Andrew Cuomo, George Clooney, Diane Von Furstenberg, and more, in our daily industry report.
  6. ink-stained wretches
    How Do You Know If Your Writing Is Crap?The way to find out is easier than you think. So easy even we could do it!
  7. in other news
    Moby Loves It When We Call Him a SlutMoby is still talking about the time when we called him a “stealth slut.” But he protests that he’s not the sluttiest guy around! Wilmer Valderrama, for example, has defiled many more young actresses. Maybe.
  8. in other news
    The ‘Times’ Has Great Long-term Memory, Short-term Not As MuchHey, remember yesterday when Salon’s Rob Polner did an awesome, in-depth story looking back over Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani’s last political contest, the 2000 Senate race? It walked you through all of the icky details of Rudy’s self-destruction then, from the time he relentlessly attacked her for accidentally playing “Captain Jack” at a campaign rally to the whole mess with his prostate cancer and surprisingly revolting public affair. Polner also reminded us of the time when a cop killed 26-year-old Patrick Dorismond and instead of apologizing, Giuliani released a statement saying Dorismond was “no altar boy” himself (in case you forgot, he was an altar boy). The Salon piece noted how now Giuliani is using some of the same absurd anti-Hillary attacks that didn’t work the first time, and Hillary is using her same hardworking, calm but tough grassroots strategy. Yeah, it really was a good article. We can only assume that’s why Adam Nagourney wrote the same exact one in the Times today. When Rudy Met Hillary [Salon] Senate Race that Fizzled Honed Skills for ‘08 [NYT]