The widely anticipated Sarah Palin emails are out, released this morning by the state of Alaska some three years after news outlets first filed public-records requests to obtain them. Said news outlets are now poring over the 24,199 pages' worth of documents, some with crowd-sourcing help from readers.
Where to find the emails online? The New York Times has a useful interactive feature set up. As do the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, whose template appears to be the most user-friendly. You can also find the emails here.
As with all major news events--if you can call the act of reading Palin's electronic correspondence a "major news event"--email-gate is being dutifully live-blogged. For the latest updates, we'd recommend heading over to Mother Jones, The Atlantic, Salon, The Guardian, ABC News or MSNBC.
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