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Anti-Republican Convention News Site to be Powered by Slashcode

We learned from a posting on Slashcode that the Independent Media Center of Philadelphia has launched its Slashcode-based Web Site in time to participate in the hoopla surrounding the Republican National Convention.

The Independent Media Center describes itself as "a collective of independent media ogranizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Our IMC is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, objective, and passionate tellings of truth." {Emphasis added by CTDATA.}

Hmm... wonder if they were in favor of Bush picking Cheney as his running mate?

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