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Best Practices #2: A good lead.

Standard journalistic practice, but not not one to be overlooked. My favorite recent example:

When we here about a big storm coming the lines at the grocery store inevitably grow long as people pack plastic water bottles, double a batteries, and other survival necessities. What people can’t buy in grocery stores however, is information.
Surviving a Disaster

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