“Never mind the disastrous interview with Katie Couric or the blank stares in response to Charlie Gibson’s question about the Bush Doctrine. Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin calls the hacking of her Yahoo e-mail account ‘the most disruptive and discouraging’ incident in last year’s presidential campaign,” writes Wired. “Writing in her new book, Going Rogue: An American Life, Palin says the intrusion into her personal e-mail account in September 2008 ‘created paralysis’ in her administration, because it cut off easy communication with her ‘Alaska staff.’ Presumably, this refers to her staff in the governor’s office, which would seem to be an acknowledgment that the personal account was used to conduct critical state work, as alleged in an activist’s lawsuit last year.”