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Pretty and Functional

Jul
21
2004

Seen the new SF Examiner on-line? Pretty! Someone should tell their web monkey to update the page before 10 a.m., but othewise the Ex is doing a good job of creating a web presence.
They beat the Chron on a pretty regular basis so if you’re interested in San Francisco city politics – and yes, I know some of you could care less, take a number, okay – TheEx is a good place to go. This week, P.J. Corkery, who joined the paper (again) in mid-June, got the City Hall scoop of scoops, answering one questions that’s been plaguing City Hall for years: when will Supervisor Tony Hall get a real job.
Corkery, who has proved a cause close to my heart — that “gossip” columnists can indeed make and break news — gets followed by, count ‘em two, Chron stories. One, dissing Hall’s credentials. Matier and Ross take a trip down memory lane and blame, er, point a finger at Newsom’s political consultant Eric Jaye as the mastermind (or leak, depending, eh?).

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