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Re: Un /.'d news sites
From: Christopher Johnston <cjohnston () intermedia com>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 14:20:32 -0400


Also another text-based news reporting that seems to be operating

On Tue, Sep 11 2001 at 08:54:05%P -0700, Scott Call wrote:

I just wanted to pass along www.sfgate.com as a source of news on this
attack that doesn't seem to have been /.'d   They, of course, don't have
original content, but do have all the AP/Reuters stuff that's become
difficult to access through "normal" channels.

www.nando.net seems to load okay, if slowly, as well.

It's interesting how the TV-based websites (cnn, msnbc, etc) got knocked
offline before paper-based and netonly-based.


Scott Call    Router Geek, ATGi, home of $6.95 Prime Rib
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