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Welcome James Turk, blogger of the month for October, 2008!

Wow it’s October already! And that can only mean one thing: Polls are open in Ohio!! Ok, I guess it means 2 things: It also means we’ve got a new guest blogger to introduce. So without further ado, let’s welcome James Turk to the podium. James comes to us from the Sunlight Labs (full bio here), makers of such fine projects as Visualizing Earmarks, Capitol Words, Fortune 535, PoliQuiz and of course PublicMarkup.org. We’re really excited to read what’s on James Turk’s mind. Take it away James!

We’d also like to thanks Starr Hoffman, our guest for September. Starr started a number of good conversations (see below) all while juggling classes, work at University of North Texas and myriad other things. You’re a Rock Starr!!

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