: Jack Balkin looks back on a year of blogging and uses the occasion to debunk the idiocy of Cass Sunstein’s Republic.com, a tribute to Internet ignorance and technological xenophobia that contended that the Internet would restraint free speech and that argued somebody should tell us what links we’re required to give. I always thought his arguments were so patently inane that they didn’t deserve the bits to rebut them. But Balkin, as he has done all year, raises the level of discourse.
: Well, that’s Jeb Bush who blogs on his brother’s campaign blog. And it’s a demonstration of why we really don’t want politicians blogging.
: The Star-Ledger asked me to write an op-ed about Dean and blogs post-Iowa (which seems like a month ago already, eh?). It’s appearing in Sunday’s paper. The text is below. I’ll put up a link to the Ledger when it’s up.
For those who’ve been reading this blog, much of it is a rehash meant for the nonbloggers still out there.
Click on “more” if you want to see it…
: The Times magazine catches up to Treo madness with Gizmodo‘s Pete Rojas as its guide.
No feed, no read
: I find that if a blog doesn’t have an RSS feed, I don’t end up reading it.