CBS News Exclusive: Study Of State Results Finds H1N1 Not As Prevalent As Feared Chuck Simmins states: I looked at the story and my jaw dropped. Without any research at all, I could tell something was wrong with their numbers. CBS graphic for story on confirmed H1N1 testing These numbers are supposed to be through […]
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Surprise! The AP seems to have gotten its story about Army Emergency Relief a little wrong.
In a novel twist, Frank Garcia, the suspect in the 4 weekend murders, had a legal pistol permit. It may be the only murder in several years in this area committed by a legal handgun.
Through blogs, file-sharing and social networking functions on the Internet, dozens of eyewitness reports, some coming from within the two besieged hotels, delivered information faster than conventional media and challenged some of its reporting.
Hurricane Gustav was far less a threat than many expected, this past week. It presented the new media, Web 2.0 and even Web 3.0, with the opportunity to strut their stuff. Community building, networking, two-way communication, citizen journalism and more were on display.