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Punk – Anti-Flag releases third song from their upcoming major label album, “For Blood and Empire” (I’ve heard the album, it ain’t bad. Listen to the song The Press Corpse to hear Anti-Flag at their best.)

Punk – FatWreckChords new podcast

Photography – Getty Images editorial photography grants to Andrew Testa and Kristen Ashburn (portfolios)
Gaming – Wired interview with David Jaffe

CBC – Pets dumped in Moscow’s “Forest of Death”

Wash Post video – AP video of Bush receiving warnings of Katrina

NYT – Taliban still menacing Afghan south, have closed down 200 schools, by Carlotta Gall

Photography – USA Today photographer Robert Hanashiro on Torino
Photography – Photographer Brad Mangin: Spring Training ‘Death March’

Photography – Darrell Miho on the LPGA credential controversy

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Artist – Megan Whitmarsh (especially look at the embroidery)

Photography – Anti-racist demonstration in Paris, by Gueorgui Pinkhassov

Wired – Scenes from the MySpace backlash

NYT – Another White House briefing, another day of mutual mistrust

NYT – Dungeon masters in cyberspace, D&D MMORPG

NYT – Army to pay Halliburton unit most costs disputed by audit

NYT – Chaos in Iraq sends shock waves across Middle East

NYT – Cyberthieves silently copy as you type

NYT – Presidential passage through India, quickly

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Photography – Photo Mechanic 4.4.2 released

Art/Graffiti – Banksy rocks Melrose

NYT – David Lynch, still disturbing after 20 years

NYT – What civil war in Iraq would look like

NYT – Stephen Colbert

NYT – Dr. Gervais’s Frankenstein, Karl Pilkington

NYT – Book Review, Paul Bremer’s ‘My Year in Iraq’

NYT – Taliban spokesman goes to Yale

NYT – Growing Afghan prison rivals bleak Guantanamo

NYT – Bringing down Europe’s last ex-Soviet dictator

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Photos – Antonin Kratochvil’s Troubles in the Niger Delta

PDN – Photo groups lobby to protect copyright orphans

PDN – From darkroom to classroom

BBC – Al Qaeda attack on Saudi oil facility

Balkans, BBC – 10,000 SRS members hold pro-Mladic rally in Belgrade

National Review – William F. Buckley Jr. on Iraq

NYT – US supbpoenas 2 Dow writers, then backs off

NYT – Taking spying to a higher level

NYT – Armed group shuts down part of Nigeria’s oil output

NYT – Arabs tell Rice violence like Iraq’s could spread

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BBC – Civil War in Iraq
NYT – Sectarian fury in Iraq in wake of shrine blast
NYT – Saudis, Egypt reject US request to cut off aid to Hamas

NYT – Iran pledges financial aid to Hamas-led Palestinians

Photography – Vincent Laforet and Apple’s Aperture at the Olympics

Photography – AP cancels photo coverage of LPGA over rights grab

Photography – AP denied access to LPGA tournament

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Photos – War photography shot within first-person-shooters

Photos – Matt Holloway, a photo each day of the year

Art/Video – The Twisted Films of the artist PES

Humor – Despair.Com Demotivating Posters 🙁

NYT – Carlotta Gall: Afghanistan producing bumper crop of heroin

NYT – Wal-Mart chief executive’s postings on internal management website

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From the New York Times:

Years after 2 Afghans died, abuse case falters

“The President of the United States doesn’t know what the rules are! The secretary of defense doesn’t know what the rules are. But the government expects this Pfc. to know what the rules are?”

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Categorized as News

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Artist – Alex Gross

Bruce Sterling on the Sony rootkit scandal

World’s smallest videogames (playable on web)

Pancake Mountain coming to DVD – children’s show featuring appearances by Henry Rollins, Anti-Flag, etc.

Anti-Authority Section:

Pillar’s critique is one of the most severe indictments of White House actions by a former Bush official

Vice President Cheney authorized Libby to leak classified information

NYT:

White House knew of Levee’s Failure on Night of Storm
Ex-Cheney Aide testified leak was ordered

Drug runners gun down journalists in Mexico

Arrested Development, “should have been popular”

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Studs and Spikes

Aerial photographs of Mexico City

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak

Hamas ready to talk to Israel, won’t renounce violence

Swindle Issue #5 out

day19.com – Jeremy and Claire Weiss Photography

NYT:

Bush appointee out at NASA

Gizmondo is dead, long live Gizmondo
Photos – Gotham Girls Roller Derby

Contest for Cartoons Mocking the Holocause Announced in Tehran

West sees Islamic Protests as sign of deep gulf

Startling Lesson in the Power of Imagery

Berlin’s Gestapo HQ – Topography of Terror

Republican who oversees NSA calls for wiretap inquiry

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Photo:

Burma nights, Rangoon Lights, photos by John Stanmeyer

Still photographer on the set of Munich

Inside the walls with Mara Salvatrucha, Luis Sinco

Nancy Kaszerman on shooting The Red Carpet

Alec Soth’s Niagara (different than previous mention)

Other:

Former Green Beret blogging from Iraq…

…His blog (by the way, the Pulitzer is only award to work appearing in a US newspaper)

People who cut themselves will now be given clean blades in UK

Gay Witchhunt in Cameroon

Four now dead protesting cartoons

Latest edition of the North Star Chronicles, polygamist newsletter from Canada (PDF)

MP3’s of the People’s Temple Choir, now you can listen to the sounds of Jonestown

Alternative considerations of Jonestown, People’s Temple

NYT:

Company, by  Max Barry

Travel story on Sarajevo

Al Qaeda’s Jamal Ahmed al-Badawi escapes Yemeni jail in 460 foot tunnel

Ethnic fracturing in Iraq