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The War on the Web
Regional Papers Court Military Readers
Newspapers serving big military communities -- like Ft. Bragg, N.C., and Ft. Bliss, Texas -- are going the extra mile to cover the Iraq conflict.

Recent Features
Internet Opens Window on Relief Efforts (TechNews.com, April 3, 2003; 11:15 AM)

War Sparks Flood of Spam (TechNews.com, April 8, 2003; 7:59 AM)

Military Puts Its Story Online (TechNews.com, April 1, 2003; 11:23 AM)

Blogging the War: A Guide (TechNews.com, March 28, 2003; 2:16 PM)

'Webloggers,' Signing On as War Correspondents (Post, March 23, 2003)

Operation Commentary Storm (Post, March 23, 2003)

Web Use Spikes On News of War: At-Work Surfing Surges (Post, March 22, 2003)

As U.S. Attack Begins, World Media Recoil from Shock and Awe' (washingtonpost.com, March 20, 2003; 11:03 AM)

War Fuels Student Activism (TechNews.com, March 19, 2003; 1:45 PM)

Rallying Around the Flag Online (TechNews.com, March 14, 2003; 10:07 AM)

Religious Groups Go Online for Peace (TechNews.com, March 13, 2003; 10:14 AM)

Overseas, Internet Is Rallying Point for Antiwar Activists (TechNews.com, March 12, 2003; 10:20 AM)

Mobilizing Online Against War (TechNews.com, March 11, 2003; 8:12 AM)



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