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200th Post

This is my 200th post. I’m posting it on Winter Solstice, 2009, which seems appropriate. I looked back at my very first post in March, 2008. I said I might blog about books, movies, trips and experiences, random thoughts, and … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin; Heaven’s Gift to Lazy Bloggers

By “lazy bloggers,” I do not mean the pure and powerful blogosphere voices like Shannyn Moore or AK Muckraker aka Jeanne Devon of themudflats.net; or the guy who writes the Immoral Minority. These tireless and courageous bloggers introduced America to … Continue reading

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When you’re thrashing around in the dark water of an early draft with both hands clenched around the neck of a serpentine swirl of recalcitrant prose—in other words, deep in rewrite—suddenly doing things like blogging, or checking Facebook, seem terribly … Continue reading

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Bloggers on the Bus

Bloggers on the Bus Eric Boehlert Free Press Simon and Schuster, 2009 “In many ways Clinton was the AOL to Obama’s Google during the campaign season. Online, she represented the more lumbering, established giant, and he was the nimble newcomer. … Continue reading

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