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I've been news obsessed since I was a kid. The realtime Internet turned that budding news addiction into a full-fledged, never-ending affliction. And that's good news for you. Because, over the years, I've become a curation savant. Each morning I visit about fifty news sites and from that swirling nightmare of information quicksand, I pluck the top ten most fascinating items of the day, which I deliver with a fast, pithy wit that will make your inbox vibrate with delight.
I've been writing and working on the web for years. My current blog, Tweetage Wasteland, is syndicated on NPR, Gizmodo, Forbes and Huffington Post, and the reaction to my average Tweet is not unlike the one the Beatles got during their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.
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