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By Felix Salmon
April 6, 2010
Salon

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Slideshows done right: NYMag’s hilarious “History of Obama Feigning Interest in Mundane Things” is now up to 3.7M pageviews — NYMag

Andrew Leonard’s fabulous takedown of Michael Wolff, 12 years in the making — with added bonus response from Wolff! — Salon

The Digital Economy Bill: Thinking about Banana Ice Cream — Confused of Calcutta

Wikileaks video shows Apache helicopter firing on an Iraqi market in 2007 and killing Reuters staff — Collateral Murder

Former NYT writer Zach Kouwe now blogging for Dealbreaker — DB

Kind of hearbreaking: How a Book Publisher Failed to Get J.D. Salinger’s Final Book — NYMag

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“Hilarious?” The NYMag slideshow is sophomoric.

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