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The virtual town square is getting crowded. As the NYT and WaPo report today, across the U.S.,citizen bloggers and entrepreneurs — some wit…

The virtual town square is getting crowded. As the NYT and WaPo report today, across the U.S.,citizen bloggers and entrepreneurs — some with deep pockets — are creating a growing number of town-specific, and even neighborhood-specific, sites where the public can read and contribute items that might be considered too small or too fleeting for weekly newspapers. The NYT profiles Fairfield, Conn.-based AmericanTowns, which claims to cover half the country

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