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A legitimate news service, with contributing writers that comprise a new force in the media, called "citizen journalists." They are widely regarded as some of the most talented, mature, and nonbiased minds on the Internet, astounding readers with their unique mix of emotional detachment and integrity. The Internet offers no better source of information about critical issues such as "OMFG Lydia iz soooo like GAY and shit lyk taht" or balanced commentary on "teh darkness ENRAPES me and NO MOM I DONT WANT TO GO TOO BED YOUR GAY."
The LiveJournal project, started in 1974 by Linus Torvalds, was originally started as a search engine service. However, with the help of EFF free speech advocate John Ashcroft, it blossomed into the widely respective news service it is today.
According to a controlled study by a prominent research team at the University of Haverford, Livejournal (and a competing news agency, Xanga) possess radically diverse writing staffs:
You can see that the writers at LiveJournal.com come from a wide variety of backgrounds, with at least 16% minorities and a full 0% writers of African descent.