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## [US lags in propaganda war: Rumsfeld](http://go.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=11258249&src=rss/topNews)
> NEW YORK (Reuters) – The United States lags dangerously behind al Qaeda and other enemies in getting out information in the digital media age and must update its old-fashioned methods, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Friday.
> Modernization is crucial to winning the hearts and minds of Muslims worldwide who are bombarded with negative images of the West, Rumsfeld told the Council on Foreign Relations.
> The Pentagon chief said today’s weapons of war included e-mail, Blackberries, instant messaging, digital cameras and Web logs, or blogs.
E-mail? More accounts than I can remember.
Blackberries? I’ve got a Sidekick, close enough.
Instant messaging? Four accounts – oh yeah, and I set up the IM server at work.
Digital cameras? Three if you count the cameraphone, two otherwise.
Who knew I was such a warmonger?
“[T]he administration, I think, has said to the American people that it is a generational commitment to Iraq.”
I’ve been on the Internet for eight and a half years. Not long compared to some people, but long enough to have seen a lot of really, really confusing things. Things in every category about every topic imaginable.
Today, I have had to re-adjust my logic meter, because obviously there is a new zero point.
Adam Curry – yes, the ex-MTV VJ Adam Curry – is taking a stand in the RSS/n-echo war. To quote Homer Simpson, a freaky stand. Let’s dissect this.