How You Can Help Us Flag Great Journalism (Now Even Easier!)
In this age of cutbacks to journalism, it’s important to give attention to the fine reporting still out there. That’s why we spend so much time cruising for—and linking to—the best “accountability journalism” on the Web. But we’re far from omniscient. We know there are great stories that we’re not finding. That’s where you come in.
We’ve already asked for your help. Now, we’d like to kick it up a notch.
We still want you to send in any and all suggestions. But we’re also creating another—potentially easier—way for you to submit links.
If you have an account with the bookmarking site Delicious, now all you have to do is tag an article “PPlinks” and we’ll see it right away. (If you don’t already have an account, Delicious is just a handy way to share links. It’s easy to sign up for. And no, we’re not getting any Delicious-y kickbacks.)
As always, we’ll take the best stories submitted and highlight them on our front page through our “Breaking on the Web” feature. We’re also going to give you credit for links (via a “hat tip”) on the Breaking on the Web page itself. We’ll also be doing regular posts giving props to our best and most prolific contributors.
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