Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Just a quick word for now. Like many other bloggers, I’ve let this site fall into a bit of disrepair. While my last post was technically January 20th, I’ve actually drafted several articles since then (on the Jon Stewart v. Jim Cramer situation, among others), but I haven’t felt that they were good enough to […]


Apologies

20Nov08

Work’s been up, so posts have been down. Hopefully I’ll be able to post in more depth soon, but for now you can check out my short comments at FriendFeed (look at the sidebar).


For those who follow via RSS or Facebook, I thought I’d highlight that I’ve just changed the blog’s theme. It’s still a bit of a work in progress, but I’m happy with it so far. Comments? Critiques? Suggestions? Let’s hear them below.


A little delayed, yes, but the weeks have been busy. Here;s some of the picks of my notes for the previous week: I Think the Democrats Are Finally Getting Through to Me via Brazen Careerist on 8/29/08 David:   “Here’s my problem line with the piece: “proven economic theories… are basically equivalent to our belief […]


Experimenting

03Jul08

As a technical update, I’ve been toying around with what combination of tools would work best with how I want to express myself. If you’re interested in keeping up, my FriendFeed page catches everything from Amazon wish list changes to blog posts to tweets. My current plan, subject to daily revision, is to keep the […]


Bias and Truth

28Jun08

First, the good news. I’m officially back on the blogging track. Second, the bad news. The focus still isn’t too specific, but hopefully as I continue to post and link to stuff things will start to converge at one point or another. So I’ve been thinking a lot lately about truth and media. I’ve picked […]


While this blog has been a great experience for me, I’m afraid it’s come time for me to make official the de facto hiatus that’s been going on for a while now. With school and the job search taking up most of my time, I’m going to be simply unable to take the time to […]