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CNET editor James Kim found deceased

I didn’t post about this while he was missing anywhere I blog – partly because it was covered so many other places.

Basically, CNET editor and geek personality James Kim went missing with his family in the Oregon wilderness a while back. His family were found, but until today, he was still missing.

I got the news via Engadget that he’d unfortunately been found dead by rescuers today.

This is so sad.

While I have to admit that I hadn’t actually heard of James Kim before this story first broke, it’s still quite shocking to know that this happened to someone so high profile. You just don’t expect something like this to happen. The sad fact remains – it does.

My thoughts and prayers are with Kim’s family as well as anyone else affected by this. I know this isn’t directly related to me and as I said I hadn’t actually heard of him before I initially heard of them going missing, but I felt compelled to publicly offer my condolences to anyone affected by this.

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One Comment

  1. Chris wrote:

    I didn’t of know Kim either, but when the report came up on the news tonight, I was surprised to see that my brother new of him. He did all the videos for MP3 player reviews, and my brother had watched many in his quest for an MP3 player.

    Thursday, December 7, 2006 at 01:40 | Permalink | Using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 2.0 on Mac OS Mac OS

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