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Sep 2nd 08
Sarah Palin’s Wikipedia entry received an overnight makeover. According to the Houston Chronicle, more than 30 edits were made to Palin’s page in the 24 hours before McCain announced her as his V.P. The first edit came around two in the morning on Thursday, August 28th, long before Obama took the stage at the DNC. Someone should develop a way to keep track, in real time, of the edits to Wikipedia entries. Call it “The Fortune Teller.”
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