Rogers sent along a link to Iraq Watch, a US-based anti-nuclear group that is keeping track of Iraq’s efforts to build weapons of mass destruction. You don’t have to do much digging to find that there are all sorts of open sources gathering intelligence about whatever interests you and posting it on the Internet. As Robert Young Pelton pointed out in his Salon interview, the media is pervasive and well funded. The problem is keeping track of everything that’s published all around the world. Fortunately, there are topical outfits that take care of the aggregation for generalists like myself. Sometimes the results are flawed studies like professor Marc Herald’s infamous compilation of Afghan civilian casualties, or providers of grist for ideologists of a particular stripe, like MEMRI. Others, like the Federation of American Scientists and Iraq Watch, are more intriguing.