1. 2 March 2012

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    He taught us a lot of things early on,” Peretti said, recalling how Breitbart showed them key features of the media ecosystem. “He explained about looking at the British newspapers late at night because they would sometimes break news before the U.S. papers. He cared about getting links up seconds or minutes faster than other publications and was obsessive about that.

    — How Andrew Breitbart helped launch Huffington Post (via soupsoup)

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  11. youseewhy said: Yeah and he remained a total joke his entire career. Using deceptive editing (ACORN scandal) and ambush journalism (everything else) isn’t quite something you build a reputation on.
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