: Damn, I do love my comments. There are a few people who drive me batty (and I won’t name them). But the discussion there is carbonated and smart. I’m happy that Glenn Reynolds is both contributing to the comments and pointing to them (now if I could get him to turn comments on — with the help of a volunteer militia to police them).
I’ve been working on my talk at next week’s blog conference in Boston and today’s talk here reminds me that one of the great advantages of weblogs over other forms of content is interactivity — first in links and notations, weblog to weblog, and second in comments on a weblog. That is how we discuss; that is how we fact-check each other’s asses (which starts to sound obscene when said that way, doesn’t it?).
Take this as a virtual hug, all of you.
And now let’s get back to arguing over Andrew Sullivan and his monotonous harping…