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Yes, I'm posting from vaca... currently coming to you from the San Francisco Bay Area. But I saw this item when reading Slate.com's Today's Papers quoting from this morning's WSJ and it seemed just too irresistable...

Another FBI triumph ... From the Journal's Washington Wire:

Under siege for high-tech blunders, the FBI creates a Web site to educate Americans on the bureau's "information-technology initiatives." A news release announcing the move gave an incorrect Web address.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jul 01, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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