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The Memory Hole is Back!

One of my favorite web sites is The Memory Hole, which exists “to preserve and spread material that is in danger of being lost, is hard to find, or is not widely known.” It has been offline for a while, but is back with a new URL. This is a project of one person, the dedicated Russ Kick, winner of the Project on Government Oversight’s “Beyond the Headlines” Award 2005. Check out his first new post.

We have updated the FGI blogroll with the new addresses and items from the Memory Hole feed appear again in the FGI aggregator of feeds and in the category of Blogs from organizations of interest to FGI.

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