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The Internet is coming!
Our very own Pam Fessler found this memo from waaaay back in the day while she was moving desks.#nprlife (Sam Sanders/NPR)

This hasn’t been reblogged enough.

nprradiopictures:

The Internet is coming!

Our very own Pam Fessler found this memo from waaaay back in the day while she was moving desks.#nprlife (Sam Sanders/NPR)

This hasn’t been reblogged enough.

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"How the NPR Voices Look (in My Head)."
By Gaelan Kelly.
Via WBEZ.

"How the NPR Voices Look (in My Head)."

By Gaelan Kelly.

Via WBEZ.

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Out: Palin
In: Bachmann
This is the guy who directed Michele Bachmann’s off-center State of the Union Response.
Also in Style today: The NPR exec who was fired for firing Juan Williams; Reliable Source might know who penned the anonymous Obama novel; Political fundraisers begin the slog toward 2012.

Out: Palin

In: Bachmann

This is the guy who directed Michele Bachmann’s off-center State of the Union Response.

Also in Style today: The NPR exec who was fired for firing Juan Williams; Reliable Source might know who penned the anonymous Obama novel; Political fundraisers begin the slog toward 2012.

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Out: Unintentionally boring political memoirs
In: Deliberately boring political memoirs
Gordon Brown makes you snooze.
Also in Style today: Juan Williams’s NPR controversy is a nontroversy; Jesus Ants go to New York; Fox tells its reporters to treat climate change skeptically.

Out: Unintentionally boring political memoirs

In: Deliberately boring political memoirs

Gordon Brown makes you snooze.

Also in Style today: Juan Williams’s NPR controversy is a nontroversy; Jesus Ants go to New York; Fox tells its reporters to treat climate change skeptically.

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"NPR, you just brought a toteful of David Sedaris books to a knife fight."

— Jon Stewart, during this evening’s taping of “The Daily Show” in D.C., in reference to Fox News controlling the narrative of the Juan Williams firing.