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Public Address 03/11/06 - Public Address System!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/11/06 - Announcing: Public Address System!


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Announcing: Public Address System! | Nov 03, 2006 09:59
Russell Brown's Hard News

I mentioned at the beginning of the week that we had something new in the works for you. Well, this is it: Public Address System, a community site designed to complement the one you're reading right now...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3665.sm

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Twenty for Scarlett | Nov 03, 2006 07:53
David Slack on his own account

I have already filled my weekly quota for discouraging revelations with that shabby marathon result, so there will not be a Friday one. Besides, how could you top the artist's impression on the front page...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3662.sm

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NGA: global dominance | Nov 03, 2006 01:49
Keith Ng: Post-post-ironic

Click here for more NGA.
http://publicaddress.net/default,3661.sm

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