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  1. The Huffington Submit — going for a stick through Foursquare, the actual location-based facebook and myspace which allows users to be able to acquire “badges” for looking at throughout from different places — provides launched a similar characteristic for
    10-05-2010 by mrkimb and 1 other
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  2. The actual Huffington Submit is actually accepting a lot of trappings of your social network. Credit from Foursquare, right now it will start off supplying badges to faithful viewers that comment continually and also discuss HuffPost reports by means of Z
    10-05-2010 by mrkimb and 1 other
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  3. Womens Team The CO2 Footprint Project » Blog Archive » On Words: ‘Global Warming’ Meets Astrology – Huffington Post (blog)
    20-11-2010 by free_web
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  4. An airline passenger has a beef with liberal commentator Arianna Huffington, but it's her BlackBerry use -- not her politics -- that's apparently ticked him off.
    13-01-2011 by gastonmcgt
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  5. AOL has agreed to purchase The Huffington Post for $315 million, the two entities announced in a joint news release Monday.
    07-02-2011 by eldoncoono and 1 other
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  6. US internet firm AOL agrees to a buyout of the Huffington Post online paper, creating a media group with 270 million users.
    07-02-2011 by cstahlhhss and 1 other
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  7. AOL and Huffington Post join in a $315 million buyout. Some will focus on the political ramifications but the deal is real about Huffington's aggregation and search engine optimization.
    08-02-2011 by celenbcebb
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  8. Some conservatives cry foul at marriage of liberal Huffington Post and AOL. But, really, the website's traffic is much more about celebrity and search engine optimization than right and left.
    20-02-2011 by feleciaiif and 1 other
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  9. Some conservatives cry foul at marriage of liberal Huffington Post and AOL. But, really, the website's traffic is much more about celebrity and search engine optimization than right and left.
    20-02-2011 by rachaaarca and 1 other
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  10. US internet firm AOL is cutting 900 jobs, almost 20% of its workforce, after its purchase of the Huffington Post.
    15-03-2011 by dariuiiaui
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