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A startup online news organization, Allsides, is trying to provide an alternative venue to provide a well-rounded view of complex stories. Taking off from the hairiest subject of them all–the 2012 US elections–Allsides takes the major news stories of the day and adds links to stories from the right, left and center points of view underneath the headlines. Just a few months old and laid out like a regular news site, Allsides features a major story above the fold and less prominent stories below. In the series of the presidential debates, it lists 15 recaps written from across the political spectrum. Forbes notes that, reading through the headlines, it’s hardly believable the reporters watched the same debate.
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