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I'm a HUGE fan of NPR and all of its programming BUT this act of censorship MADE ME SICK. Thanks to Howard Stern for bringing it to light yesterday and playing the uncensored audio track (I included the full video of Fey's unedited remarks right here--provided by PBS.  Start watching about 12 minutes, 30 seconds into the video. -- Mike Corso Watch the full episode. See more Mark Twain Prize. Here's the report from

I have a mailbox full of reader praise that gives me a good feeling.  This testimonial, recently received, stands out and is worth sharing: Going From 100/visits a day to over 22,000 in a Day When I first started Free Military Photos, I submitted to Cool Site of the Day as a free submission. The site was really new at that time. There wasn't a lot of content, it wasn't displayed that well, etc. I got a lot of feedback and went to work making the site better. After a few months, I decided to give Cool Site of the

Forbes just named Groupon the Fastest Growing Company Ever! See, now, I dig this story because I've been telling everyone about Groupon since I got hooked last week (so tempted to buy into today's deal for $20 worth of wine for only $10 but I'd have to drive 10 miles to that that particular wine shop in White Plains). Anyway, you can read about Groupon here: Forbes Cover Story Groupon Mike

For Internet marketers, the wonderful Hubspot podcast (live every Friday from their offices in Cambridge, MA and archived at iTunes ) has a feature called 'Getting it Right'.  Worth dialing into (and by 'dialing into' I mean downloading the podcast from ITunes and syncing to your iPod/ITouch/iPad and listening to it during a long car ride) While you're at at, download the following podcasts as well (my FAVS). APM: Robert Reich Commentaries from Marketplace CD Baby DIY Musician Podcast Inbound Marketing - HubSpot TV Internet Marketing: Insider tips and advice for Online Marketing Marketing Over Coffee NPR: 50 Great Voices NPR: Fresh Air Podcast NPR: Most E-Mailed Stories Podcast NPR: Science Friday Podcast TEDTalks

if(!navigator.mimeTypes['application/x-shockwave-flash'])Wistia.VideoEmbed('wistia_217687',440,247,{videoUrl:'',stillUrl:'',distilleryUrl:'',accountKey:'wistia-production_3989',mediaId:'wistia-production_217687',mediaDuration:95.8}) GREAT news!  We're well over 4,000 photos uploaded.  Remember, each photo you upload generates a donation of at least 480 gallons of clean, safe drinking water to communities in need. Please spread the word!

TweetAdder - Just started using this tool today (my original twitter account , 'cnotes', has 4,000 followers--too many; after much research, I decided to build up my 'mike_corso' twitter account with quality, targeted followers using TweetAdder.  Great, uncomplicated software). Anyway, TweetAdder is a killer piece of software at a VERY affordable price.  Highly recommended for any wannabe power Twitter users out there. Mike

Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha Listen to the Story on NPR Courtesy Mark Dytham and Astrid KleinAt a pecha-kucha, an event conceived by Tokyo architects Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein, presenters have 6 minutes and 40 seconds — or 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide — each to show off a talent, unveil an invention or just share an idea. The idea is to put limits on speeches and force the viewer to focus and think. It's the bane of students, business people and even the military: If you've ever yawned through a slideshow, you're probably familiar with that dreaded malady of modern times, known