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Heartbreakingly, soul-crushingly non-profit. All expenses are covered by the editors, and we live like 4th century monks on suppers of beans and gristle. This site hasn’t broken US$100 in total in all the time it’s been running. It’s not like we are trying to make you feel bad… come to think of it, we are.

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Waters, T. (2008, April 4). The Battle for Kosovo on the Internet. Ethnography.com.
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