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Feb
1
2007

You know those 50 most popular, 100 most luxurious, 20 must-read, -do, -see, -meet? They’re basically ads sales gimmicks dreamed up by magazines, TV stations and newspapers. That’s why they’re so lame. But, as you know, the Internet changes everything.

The folks at More Perfect – they say they’re “creating a more perfect union” – are today’s HotSpot. The wide-ranging site houses a bunch of wikis (fancy Internet-based bulletin boards) that allow regular folks to do make their own lists, laws, and policy agendas. An example: here’s a wiki for the 50 most important folks in California.

More Perfect may make the list. But you decide.

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