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Stefan from Ditmas says:
Why not help small local made internet magazine like http://www.brooklynvoice.com by helping them with small local news events and so on.. events witch Brooklyn Paper normally don't publish them self. Give the rest of the smaller internet based magazines a chance to cover those stories.
It can be a intresting developing in the news flow...
April 11, 2008, 2 am
Stefan from Ditmas says:
Why not help small local made Internet magazine like http://www.brooklynvoice.com by helping them with small local news events and so on.. events witch Brooklyn Paper normally don't publish them self. Give the rest of the smaller Internet based magazines a chance to cover those stories.
It can be a interesting developing in the news flow...
April 11, 2008, 2 am

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