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The article offers information on the contributions of Bloggers Ana Marie Cox to online information world. Cox has pushed her commentary and reporting as its own media network, using all of the requisite social media tools. Cox also tested with an embeddable liveblog and chat feed for coverage of political events and a personal podcast.


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