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Monday, November 10, 2008

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Infidel753 said...

A very impressive collection of sites to read!

My only question would be concerning the inclusion of a few sites which are actually not PUMA sites but long-established right-wing sites -- such as Michelle Malkin, Little Green Footballs, and Atlas Shrugs.

These sites do often have interesting things to say, and for the time being at least they could be considered allies, but in an assembly dedicated to PUMA sites specifically, they're a little out of place.

What are the criteria for including such allied but non-PUMA sites here?

So long as there are only a few, I don't see it as a problem, but I thought this was worth mentioning.

Thanks for all your work in assembling such a huge chorus of voices.

Alessandro Machi said...

Good questions, "huge chorus of voices", I like that description. Lets see where this goes. If a site trashes Hillary Clinton the way MSNBC did during the election, then I would remove them. I see this site right now as the response to what the mainstream media has wrought.

I think the benefit of a couple of "rougue" blogs allows the group to be exposed to a different perspective. I probably should add a Ralph Nader and Ron Paul site. YOU WILL NEVER SEE DAILY KOS OR HUFFINGTON POST HERE, or MOVE-ON.org or Media Matters, (All George Soros related content). Larouche is even on here because they took some shots at George Soros earlier this year.

If this ever starts feeling too non-puma, let me know. This is still very experimental, but I think in a good way. I love being able to see so much content so quickly, but in a teaser kind of way. If I want to read the actual article, I have to go to the actual site, and I think that is a good thing for the PUMA blogs.

Cherry Walker said...

I was active on Hillbuzz and read several other blogs, americasright.com, and flopping aces. I found this site through a link somewhere and really appreciate the opportunity to scan thru and read the highlights and then go to a site and read the articles.
I have voted Republican most of my adult life and am now debating about changing to Independent so that I can vote based on principle over party.
I am disgusted by all the negativity towards Hillary and Sarah. As a woman I am offended that the news media thought it was perfectly okay for them to skewer/slice and dice the only two people that were really capable of leading this nation.
I don't know if I am qualified to be a PUMA...perhaps a PUMA light?
Psalms 109:8

Alessandro Machi said...

My understanding of PUMA is it was specifically founded this year (2008) because of media bias, sexism, and what I call, in your face fraud and non reporting of serious issues by the mainstream media.

I think reality TV has pretty much proven that when you follow someone day and night, you have the power to make them look however you want to make them look. In Sarah Palin's case, they simply reported every step she took and spat on her capabilities and potential.

MSNBC was all over Hillary Clinton for staying in the race just in case something happened to her competition, but somehow, it was OK for this same media to go on and on about John McCain passing.

The "Ground Zero, How PUMA's came to be" YouTube video (currently on top of the right hand column) offers a quick idea on what enraged some of the original PUMA's.

Alessandro Machi said...

Somebody asked me about whether this site should be "cached" or not. It may be pointless to have this site cached since it is constantly changing and updating and only the most current version is available for viewing. No older versions are being kept by DailyPUMA.

However, the issue of the wayback machine capturing certain moments in time came up. Is that a bad thing that this site is probably going to be "captured" ever now and then and preserved on the wayback machine? (http://www.waybackmachine.org)

Does the wayback machine interfere with your right as a blog owner to remove an article from your site since it is possible the title and first sentence of a blog article you removed from your blog might get captured by the wayback machine from this site?

This may only be an issue if one has elected to not have their site cached. If I decided to not have DailyPUMA cached, will I regret that decision for some reason that I don't know about, or does it make sense since the articles on DailyPUMA are actually the property of the blog owner who wrote their specific articles?

Alessandro Machi said...

For learning purposes, type in your own blog site, and Daily PUMA, and see what shows up.

Do you like that the site is being cached? It can actually be a useful tool for people to find older articles for all the blogs owners.

Alessandro Machi said...

It appears that all that Daily PUMA caches is the title and approximately first sentence of each blog article.

Assuming that is correct, then the blog owners are retaining their intellectual rights to their entire articles, unless the title and first sentence are all that exists of the article.

However, I would like to point out that having such a short article cached may actually be a good thing as it dates the article in case someone is worried that their work gets copied later.

Jean said...

I am a Puma also, who worked very hard to get Hillary Clinton elected, then when the Democratic Party pushed Hillary out and selected Barack Obama it really PO a lot of people who became Pumas.

I in turn backed the McCain/Palin ticket because I wanted somebody in office who was at least experienced, but it was not to be. The people will get what they pay for, so lets see how Obama is going to govern.

Right now I am so disappointed in the way this election turned out I may never vote again as it seems our votes do not count and money is the way to win the White House, I always ended my posts with the White House is not for sale, but I guess I was wrong.

I am not impress that Obama won, he is still a man in a long line of men who have became President.

I will be more impress if the Cavemen with elect a strong woman to govern our country. I hope it happens in my life time. And to the women who like to bash other women, your time will come and there will be no women to come to your aid. PUMA!

Honora said...

I found this site today and I am already back to check afternoon headlines. I really love it. I think that it is going to take us awhile to figure out where the PUMA movement goes and this is a great tool. Thanks.

Alessandro Machi said...

Here is what it currently says on my "Dashboard" in regards to this blog.

Your blog is locked

Blogger's spam-prevention robots have detected that your blog has characteristics of a spam blog. (What's a spam blog?) Since you're an actual person reading this, your blog is probably not a spam blog. Automated spam detection is inherently fuzzy, and we sincerely apologize for this false positive.

We received your unlock request on November 7, 2008. On behalf of the robots, we apologize for locking your non-spam blog. Please be patient while we take a look at your blog and verify that it is not spam.

Find out more about how Blogger is fighting spam blogs.


I hope this gets resolved soon, and in our favor. Is it really possible that a google rep could look at this site and call it spam?

ZOE said...

This happened this summer to a number of PUMA sites on Blogger. If there are enough flags by individuals, the site is blocked by Google. Because so many sites were shut down at once -- all of us were listed on Just Say No Deal -- we did not think it a coincidence. There was a great increase in name calling and attacking commentary on my site once I got it going again. After that I put in comment moderation. Hang in there. You're doing a great service with Daily PUMA.

sharon said...

I really have appreciated the site, and visit daily. I have been kept well informed. You truly are given all of us a voice, and I need your input as I would greatly appreciate only 4 years with this guy.

Alessandro Machi said...

The part that is concerning me is even if some want to attempt to like Barack Obama, it may be impossible because of the media. The constant hammering of those who have been in opposition to Barack Obama does not appear to be ebbing.

Kat said...

The site is very poorly organized.

Alessandro Machi said...

As compared to what?

Cinie said...

Hi, love this! I want in!
My site:
Cinie's World http://cinie.wordpress.com
PUMA to the core, and that includes both major parties and all the minor ones, too.

Infidel753 said...

For your consideration:


Not everything I write about is political, but a lot of it is, especially recently.

Alessandro Machi said...

Both PUMA blogs added.

Eleanor A said...

Kicks ass!! THANK YOU FOR DOING THIS! I'll be here every day for sure!!

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