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Fox News' Green Site Is Like A Zombie That Won't Die

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We were puzzled when Fox News launched their own green site called “How Green?” back in December — and after nearly 10 months in existence, we’re still not sure what the hell is going on with it.

The site, which seems to never have truly made it out of the design gates, features some aggregated material — as well as some decent original content from Andy Kroll (which ceased in late April). The formatting for the stories and pictures makes it clear that there was very little oversight going on — almost as if Fox was simply looking for a placeholder for the lone sponsor Duracell. We’re not even sure if the “How Green?” site was ever part of Fox News’ online strategy as there’s no clear way to access it from the main parent site. Perhaps the most telling sign that this creation is destined to remain a mindless, wandering corpse is that the “How Green” theme has now been given its own thread under the main SciTech section. Gone is the garrish blogging platform.

What Fox News decides to eventually do with their lone foray into the green blogging scene is beyond us — but for the sake of humanity, please just blow its head off and burn the body.

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