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fixing what's wrong with the news (part 1)

My new/again favorite thing is doing round-trip translations of websites and news articles with Google Language Tools. And now there's a good (or at least organized) outlet for these efforts. Earlier today, Tim announced Quasi-Press, and I'm pleased as punch to be part of the editorial staff.

We've covered some big stories in our first day alone, from the tortured, sadly glamorous life of Anna Nicole, to the unintended consequences of vasectomies, to the dangers of messy cars.

There's a lot of news out there. And there are a lot of languages. But we have a job to do, and we're going to do everything we can to cover it all.

We know you can choose where you get your news. And every step of the way, we hope and expect to be worthy of your trust.


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