Since Andrew Sullivan's Daily Dish closed down, I have all but stopped reading any international news (I'm in Canada so that includes the US). It was such an amazing filter / aggregator. What are some possible replacements? I'm not looking for primary sources (i.e. BBC, Grauniad) — I loved the variety and the existence of a strong editorial POV.
I'm looking for newsy/magaziney/commentary/journalism websites with good, interesting, even inventive, uses of annotation (more interested in notes made by authors/editors than comments by readers, but that is also interesting!) in their articles. Grantland's use of annotation is a good example. Thanks for any tips!
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