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    Alternative Sources of News and Information ~part 2

    Hello,

    Alternative Sources of Information-Part 2
    Well Part one talked about Newspapers, found Here, But part two is about Magazines Online and News Services.

    Magazines Online

    Magazines will often reach completely different continent about a topic more then Newspapers. Although it is tempting to read only magazines that support your own opinion, Take the time to learn what people who have different political views or are from different states, citys, country's have to say about them. If you don't find what you are look for on the web site below, Go to one of your favorite search engines to hunt of them (Find a Tut on search engines and web sites Here). Here are a few sites. (Sorry if there are broken links )

    The Economist (Provides news about events from around the world)
    www.economist.com

    Philippine news (links to an enormous range of newspapers and magazines)
    www.philnews.com

    New American Magazine (Reading this magazine will open your eyes to the way people interpret world events)
    www.thenewamerican.com

    Monday Morning (Lebanon's weekly news magazine)
    www.mmorning.com

    The National review (Views on American politics and international events)
    www.nationalreview.com

    The Electronic Newsstand (Links to a various magazines)
    www.enews.com

    Zmag (Magazines available in English, French, Swedish, Spanish)
    www.zmag.org

    News Services Online

    Newspapers and magazines get their information from national and international news services, which get the information directly from people at the scene of the event itself. So, rather then waiting for news to appear in your favorite newspapers or magazines, go right to the source by visiting a news service web site.

    ABC News, MSNBC, and CBS news (largest television news networks)
    www.abcnews.go.com, www.cbsnews.cds.com www.msnbc.com

    Baltic News Service (Distributes news in Russian, Estonian, Lativian, Lithuanian, and English)
    www.bns.ee

    Agence France-Presse (French news service that offer news in Spanish, German, Portuguese, and English)
    www.afp.com

    Associated Press (It provides stories to newspapers thoughtout the United states including the Los Angeles Times, and Washington Times)
    www.wire.ap.org

    China Daily (News from mainland China and covering international)
    www.chinadaily.net

    CNN (Get in the inside E.X Iraq)
    www.cnn.com

    Fox News (News from the fastest growing fox Network)
    www.foxnews.com

    Business News Americas ("Financial news about Latin America")
    www.bnamericas.com

    Intelligence Online (This news service is designed for diplomats, military and political officials, and company security)
    www.Intelligenceonline.com

    Nando Global (a News service around the world)
    www.nando.net

    Inter Press Service (Non-govermantal organization)
    www.link.no/IPS/eng

    Korean Central News Agency (The Official news service of North Korea)
    www.kcna.co.jp

    One World (Provides news from over 160 global organizations)
    www.oneworld.org

    Reuters (One of the most popular and famous news services)
    www.reuters.com

    Need More News Sources

    Because the Internet keeps growing, you can get a more complete listing of sources by visiting one of the following web sites: discovery Channel ( www.Discover.co.uk/NET/news.html ), Editor & Publisher Online ( www.mediainfo.com ), News Directory ( www.ecola.com ), Newspapers Online ( www.Newspapers.com ), News Resource ( www.newo.com ).

    The Ending & Thankyou

    Reading news from different countries and political viewpoints can open your eyes especially if you never previously gone beyond the reading available information around you. Read to learn. Thankyou very much AO & Users.

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    Wow, you really must have taken your time! Did you write and find all of these links? Thats more time than I would have spent on a post but thanks for doing it because it will probably come in handy.
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    Yea, This thread took me about 12 hours or so, Because I had to go to every web site and find information about it, and find all those links but it's wroth it.
    Cya -d00dz AtTackiN
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    It may not have been a tut, but it's certainly a good post. Keep it up d00dz attackin.

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    dude- have you been reading Steal This Computer Book 3 again? my advice to y'all out there- go check that book out (or take a notebook into B&N next time you go to write down URLs). good stuff
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