Thursday, July 15, 2004


We're surprised nobody has yet spun a conspiracy theory out of Boston's decision to ban newspaper vending machines during the Democratic National Convention. (Via I Want Media). The marketing chief for Weekly Dig, a local free weekly, puts a brave face on things: "I might sucker some of my interns to hawk (papers)."

Conventioneers gotta get their news fix 24/7 and, in the absence of the cheat sheets, where better than blogs? Aha! Inescapable conclusion: the tipster that prompted the security crackdown must be Glenn Reynolds. (Well, it can't be the interns.)

Although Spitbull has access to all sorts of inside information we cracked this one all by ourselves. You're welcome.


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