Just a reminder that...

While ePluribus Media has been here at this internet address for quite a while now, we still have a more extensive archive of useful information parked at our old internet address.

You cannot comment on them over there anymore but here is a sampling of articles and posts spanning both sites and assembled by roxy:

Dig in and enjoy. :)

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there are many little tidbits in the ePMedia archives ...

to assemble a list of the best of ePM starting from the material that birthed the site on 'til now. We could then just add to it as the really good pieces get posted. Make it a post called "Greatest Hits" or something and then link it from the sidebar.  Thoughts?

There is a lot of gold to mine from over the years worth pointing people to even now.

Thanks for linking this material together in current form.  I know there's more to this story coming soon.

And this link collection is timely also, since the material is the basis of much of the chapter in Jesse Ventura's current book, "American Conspiracies," entitled The Stolen Elections of 2000, 2004 (And Almost 2008).  

There was also a very worthwhile article in February at Maxim entitled The Mysterious Death of Bush's Cyber-Guru.

I know there's other stuff in the works, including more new stuff from folks @ ePluribusMedia.  

I've sworn to keep updating the Mike Connell Questions page we began last January following Mike Connell's fatal plane crash.  That's one possible model for how we can approach the making of these thematic collections.  

We need to add much more of the Ohio story repertoire generated at ePluribusMedia: I think that we now know that much more of the last decade of history of the Ohio GOP is inextricable from former SOS Blackwell, Mike Connell's GoveTech Solutions, and Tom Whatman as another example of what else should be included in that link collection.

But we've got so much on the USA's story, the politicized prosecutions story, etc., so I like your idea quite alot!

Thanks for pulling these into current mode!

"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

I have a couple of projects in my inbox for ePluribus, that I never seem to get completed. (I still owe luaptifer a reload of all the old investigates material).

Let me know your thoughts and I will do what I can to help facilitate it ...