Palin emails hit the public domain

News organizations creating online email archives

After nearly 1,000 days of waiting, 24,199 pages of Sarah Palin administration emails were released downtown on Friday morning in paper form, and are currently being uploaded to the internet into a searchable archive.

The emails were first requested by various news organizations from around the nation when Palin was announced as the vice-presidential nominee in 2008.

National news organizations such as msnbc.com and the New York Times are creating online archives. They can be viewed here: 

msnbc: http://palinemail.msnbc.msn.com/palin2011/allList.html.

New York Times: http://projects.nytimes.com/palin-emails/

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