Link Loving New York Times Special

May 29, 2011 § Leave a comment

It really is an extraordinarily good newspaper.

  • The story of an anarchist organizer of anticorporate demos, who has been under scrutiny from the FBI since 9/11. Colin Moynihan and Scott Shane.
  • Coming home from northern Afghanistan – video.
  • An unlikely power duo emerges in the global fight against climate change – Bill Clinton and Michael Bloomberg. John Broder.
  • The trouble with the online echo chamber. Natasha Singer.
  • Egypt’s next crisis. Robert Worth.
  • A further overreach on political money. Editorial.
  • Maureen Dowd likes the idea of Christine Lagarde as the next Chief of the IMF.
  • Arthur Brisbane asks whether the NY Times can maintain it’s mix of low- and high-brow.

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