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    • Street Fight Staff and Friends Predict 2017’s Top Stories (Part Two)

      As 2016 draws to a close, we’ve once again asked Street Fight staffers and columnists to look into their crystal ball and offer prognostications for what they thought will be the biggest story (or stories) in local in 2017. This is the final installment in our annual series of predictions pieces. On Tuesday Freckle IoT’s Neil Sweeney weighed in with thoughts about the future of attribution.

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  • As 10-Year Mark Approaches, West Seattle Blog Sticks to Profitable Basics

    … In December 2005, West Seattle Blog was just what the name suggested — a new blog, a “personal project,” in the words of co-founder Tracy Record, with no news or advertising. A major windstorm that struck West Seattle and King County in December 2006 changed all that, and in the nearly 10 years since, WSB has become a highly regarded inspiration…

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  • From Print to Patch to His Own ‘Indie’ Site — A 25-Year Saga

    …, but the more towns they gave editors to cover, the less contact they had every day with readers. Readers can contact me at a moment’s notice, and I work hard to return all correspondence within a couple of hours. From the consumer’s perspective, I feel like my audience is very loyal. Everyone likes to support local, independent businesses…

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