Remember that Washington Post column about Senator Clinton's cleavage? Writer Robin Givhan has taken a lot of (deserved) criticism for it, but not from her paper's ombudsman, Deborah Howell. "Does this have anything to do with whether Clinton should be president? Not a thing. But do we want to read the column about her cleavage? Yes indeed. It was the most viewed story on the Web site all day." That's okay, Deborah, we don't make distinctions between "good attention" and "bad attention" either. [E&P]