The search for James Kim and subsequent discovery of his body attracted exponentially more attention online than the Iraq Study Group’s report yesterday. For example, as of 1:30 p.m. PT, the Kim story was ranked #1 on MSNBC.com with 1 million page views and the Iraq story was #12. SFGate.com reported that the Kim story received 3,300 page views a minute in the hour after his body was found. Other sites in the Bay Area and Northwest also received substantial traffic bumps.
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