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I always start my working day with 30 or 60 minutes of reading to catch up on news and look for items of interest to our readers. It's a habit carried over from my days in the news business, but now, instead of reading network logs, wire reports and assignments, I surf the Web.

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Comments (5)
Yes, even an infernal optimist like me worries about the misinformation in the glut of information we face these days, especially when so many people seem inclined to get outraged by some event or condition before getting better informed about it.
Posted by David W | Wednesday, December 08 2010 at 12:06PM ET
Good advice, thanks Jim!
Posted by Valerie V | Wednesday, December 08 2010 at 12:08PM ET
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