Monday, January 03, 2005

Monday readings 

At the start of the first week of the new year, you might want to sample some of the following writings:

John Hawkins at the Right Wing News presents the Top 40 Most Obnoxious Quotes of 2004.

In a similar vein, Bob from Accounting has the 2004 Ethnic Cleansing Awards for the 25 worst and most annoying newsmakers of the past year.

Speaking from a State Department experience, John Burgess at Crossroads Arabia gives an inside view of how America administers humanitarian aid - and how in the tsunami case the media have messed up the coverage of the issue.

Logic Times looks at the war's fuzzy math - how many lives lost in Iraq - and how many saved?

Mark Coffey at Decision 08 observes that Kofi Annan still doesn't get the Oil for Food scandal.

Scott at Blithering Bunny visits the bookshop at the Grand Canyon National Park, which created controversy some time ago by selling a creationist book. The damned book is gone, but New Age rubbish is still on the shelves - and this time no one cares.

Meanwhile, at the Homespun Bloggers, the future of blogging is already here. Well, at least one of the futures - radio blogging. Make sure you check it out.

For the latest news and views on Iraqi election, consult Iraqi Election Wire blog.

And check out another satisfied Chrenkoff customer who was inspired to start blogging for himself, at Rock, Paper, Scissor.


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