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  • The challenge to news orgs is to create business models that incorporate multiple revenue streams to reach as many people as possible.

    Why the Kindle HD Can’t Save Newspapers

  • The TRUTH which has been verfiied by all trusted fact-checking orgs is that Wilson LIED.

    House Democrats plan vote to admonish Wilson

  • It's kind of a progress report and self-congratulation - and an Oscars to honor the particular 'orgs' that have recruited and inculcated the most people.

    Gawker

  • This is the beginning of an outline of the L. Ron Hubbard birthday game, in which 'orgs' compete to recruit the most people and get them to the highest levels of the church in order to win a crappy trophy and the chance to deliver a dreadfully earnest speech.

    Gawker

  • I guess Scientology is just too darn busy spending money by opening up new "orgs" elsewhere and paying for their advertising campaigns to worry about paying fair wages, having decent food for their employees or medical care for that matter.

    GlossLip

  • Sadly, a couple of new Scientology "orgs" did open.

    GlossLip

  • They want to rasie money so they can have all their "orgs" (their name for "churches") bought, built or refurbished by the end of 2010.

    GlossLip

  • 'orgs' the church has built and occupied Miscavige mentions that Bolivian president Evo Morales sent an ambassador to collect some beginning Scientology materials on his behalf.

    Gawker

  • Now Josh is going to call the left wing version of the Tea Party astro turf grassroots orgs "local" - well, since Bill Gates is funding all of these local grassroots orgs of people with their fancy degrees, their fancy powerpoints, and their fancy kiss-management's-ass blame-teachers bullshit ...

    Good News: The Battle for Education Reform (and Dollars) Goes Local « PubliCola

  • Anonymous (1) asks "Isn't there always some organization (politicians, lobbyists, religious orgs) that are in the position to make the rules."

    The unbearable arrogance of the "Nudge-ers"

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  • Short for organizations

    February 16, 2017