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Renegade Fox News employee Joe Muto got a lot of attention when he joined Gawker and started writing dispatches from the inside of the Murdoch empire. He got only one post in before he was found out and fired from Fox, with a follow-up letter from the legal folks being sent to Gawker threatening leg ... More >>
broncogator15.comTim Tebow is quite possibly more popular than God Himself -- at least, he may be in Florida.The former Florida Gator, Heisman Trophy winner, two-time BCS national champion, and current Denver Broncos quarterback is viewed favorably by 59 percent of Floridians, according to su ... More >>
A 31-year-old man threw a hot dog at Tiger Woods at yesterday's golf tournament at CordeValle in San Martin, California, as he ran toward the seventh green. The motive is unclear: perhaps a phallic reference to Woods' epic infidelities? Woods was getting ready for his putt, said the golfer. ... More >>
In his latest "think piece," Tribune Co. Chief Innovation Officer Lee Abrams draws a line in the sand for EVERYone in the company's newsrooms (including the Sun-Sentinel): Revolutions are about "we". The leaders need to engage EVERYone. And EVERYone needs to engage the cause. You ar ... More >>
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