CMA has a logo at long last, and I've modified the look of the website slightly to work with the logo. What's more, the blog archive (see link on the left) now has full dates for ease of browsing. However, we're probably going to take a serious overhaul of the website in toto. Look for this soon.
In other news, the media democracy movement is claiming some wins in a number of fronts, and certain people are miffed by the prospects, including the Chicago Tribune and Tribune VP Shawn Sheehan. What's more, even Mikey Powell doesn't like it and wrote an editorial in the New York Times saying so.
CMA is writing a response to the Tribune for its editorial. I myself am tempted to write some kind of line-by-line response to both the Tribune and Times op-eds, and may well do so if time permits. If I do so, you'll see it here.
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