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Barbelith.com – Imagine a Forum Free of Smileys

Imagine a forum with ubersimple and ubernice pastel colors, where threads don’t involve ‘cuz’, sexual or highly emotional implications, and they lack smileys and other thingummyjigs of the glittery subspecies. And if you think you’ve reached messageboard heaven, you are wrong: it’s even better than that, and it’s Barbelith. com, a forum with several areas of interest, most of which have something to do with the arts, humanities,...

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Buzzflash.com – Progressive News Clipping

Buzzflash.com is a news site where users will be able to find links to selected headlines from newspapers and other progressive sources of anti-Bush/Cheney information from around the web, plus original content like interviews, analysis and comment. Interestingly, there is a long list of sources on the bottom of the page, so users can more clearly understand the editorial line of the site. Buzzflash.com presents its news by date (no...

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DemocraticUnderground.com – Democrats

Democratic Underground (DU) was founded on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2001, to protest the illegitimate presidency of George W. Bush and to provide a resource for the exchange and dissemination of liberal and progressive ideas. Since then, DU has become one of the premier left-wing websites on the Internet, publishing original content six days a week, and hosting one of the Web’s most active left-wing discussion boards. Also...

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Well.com – The Well of intelligent debate

The Well is an online community that aims to engage conversation and intelligent debate. Featuring more than 260 forum based conferences ranging from technical and specific to abstract and surreal thematics, the Well is definitely a recreation of the most mind-tickling debate-teams. Unlike other forums, The Well is a bit of a closed community, as you have to pay a subscription fee that aims to disincentive blabbering and anonymous...

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