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Walt Mossberg launches website

by Saleem Khan, CBC News Online

Wall Street Journal writers Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher have launched their new technology commentary site AllThingsD (short-ish for All Things Digital). The site, owned by WSJ parent Dow Jones & Company Inc., is an extension of the pair's D: All Things Digital conference.

Although there isn't a lot there right now, they – along with site contributors Katie Boehret and John Paczkowski – are already blogging. Mossberg's own Mossblog starts with a pair of entries about craplets (still no links to us).

So, we'll be reading – and keep holding out for those backlinks.

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