Christian Science Monitor – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The [Christian Science] Monitor (or « CSM » as it is known in the intelligence community) is widely read by CIA and other intelligence agency analysts because of the newspaper’s attention to accuracy and global perspective. Project Censored noted that the Monitor often publishes factual articles discussing topics under-represented or absent from the mainstream mass media. [Wikipedia]

Lumenlab -> Public Forums

Lumenlab is a concept, a commercial site and a community, all build around home theater video. I like it for two reasons. First they are supposed to be good (as in good beer), and second they maintain an FOSS-like community around a paying concept (basically, you buy the guide and get accesss to a forum), which means they make money out of it, and in a cool manner (because of above said: they are good at it). They do have a public forum, closely monitored so that no trade secrets filter out.

what’s in rebecca’s pocket?

« What brings more prejudice against Islam? These caricatures or pictures of a hostage-taker slashing the throat of his victim in front of the cameras or a suicide bomber who blows himself up during a wedding ceremony in Amman? » Jihad Momani, editor of a Jordanian newspaper, responding to controversy surrounding the publication in Europe of 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. [lited from Rebecca’s pocket?]