Posts from February 27, 2004

Deaniacs’ quandry

Deaniacs’ quandry
: Dean blogger Matthew Gross has his former colleague Mark Sundeen blog about the choice on Super Tuesday:

With Super Tuesday a few days out, I’m facing a question I didn’t expect: who should I vote for?…

But even now, with Dean out of the race, many will still vote for him…. I think the majority of those voting for Dean know he won

Just me

Just me
: I supported the war and people called me a right-winger and refused to accept my liberal credentials. Now I go after the Bush administration over free speech and Howard Stern and also don’t like Gibson’s Passion and the right-wingers call me a left-winger. Those who hated me one week love me the next; those who loved me one week hate me the next; and a few smart people sit back and laugh. Life becomes very confusing when you have only one litmus test by which to judge mankind.

Befuddled about business and blogs

Befuddled about business and blogs
: Are you a big business or brand befuddled about blogs (and sick of this alliteration)? Go high Hugh MacLeod, who just put his shingle out to take his (a) copywriting experience and (b) blog expertise, not to mention (c) his marketing smarts, and (d) his cartoons for good measure and offer his services to companies wanting someone to create a blog for them. Go here.

Let’s hope they have no headlines from which to rip

Let’s hope they have no headlines from which to rip
: George Bush and Tom Ridge have a West Wing to call their own:

In what would be a highly unusual action for a president, George W. Bush is apparently giving the White House seal of approval to a television series, D.H.S.–The Series, a drama about the Department of Home Security being introduced Thursday night to prospective networks at an Industry gathering.

President Bush and Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge both “endorse and contribute sound bites to the introductions of the series,” according to the show’s producers.

[via IWantMedia]

Nice guys do finish first

Nice guys do finish first
: David Weinberger, one of the smartest and nicest people I’ve been in this here ‘sphere, is appointed a Harvard Berkman fellow. Bravo.