Orato.com is a “citizen journalism” site whose content, from political news to “lighter fare,” is entirely user-submitted.
Moblogic.tv is CBS’ attempt to tap the mind of America. Every day, host Lindsay Campbell picks a story that’s “on the mind of Americans,” and takes to the streets to find out ordinary people’s opinions of it.
Truemors.com, a user-generated tech blog, lets anyone write postings, submit links, or send in photos and videos on subjects ranging from new iPhone applications to Barack Obama’s BlackBerry.
Factcheck.org, a “nonpartisan nonprofit” site, monitors news, ads, and online sites for accuracy. It also tries to “unspin” claims made by politicians.
Source: PC Magazine
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