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Posted by Rob Anderson  September 15, 2010 09:00 AM

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Welcome to The Angle. Here we hope to offer quick takes on the day’s news, add information and context to the Globe’s news and opinion content, and provide you with opportunities to interact with Globe writers, experts, and other readers.

While The Angle’s primary authors, Jesse Singal and Rob Anderson, will post the majority of the blog’s content, they hope to act more like curators than editorialists, soliciting smart, fresh takes from experts, analysts, and journalists who can contribute valuable commentary on the day's events. Globe writers will chime in as well, discussing topics that haven’t already been covered on the Opinion page. Please keep in mind, though, that the posts you see here reflect the views of the author, not of the editorial board or the newspaper as a whole.

The Angle is also a forum for you, the Globe reader. Please use the comment sections to post your views, to ask questions, or to hash issues out--respectfully, of course--with other readers. Expect plenty of opportunities pose questions to Globe writers and other experts, too. Additionally, you can subscribe to The Angle’s RSS feed, follow the blog on Twitter, or e-mail its authors.

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ABOUT THE ANGLE Online commentary and news analysis from the Boston Globe. The Angle is produced by Rob Anderson and Alan Wirzbicki. You can follow Rob on Twitter at @rcand.

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