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Archive for October, 2005

CJR Daily And Its Itchy Fast-Forward Finger

Monday, October 31st, 2005

This morning, CJR Daily‘s Steve Lovelady called for Meet The Press‘ Tim Russert to go on his own show regarding Russert’s role in the Plame investigation. Turns out the NBC moderator actually had. Lovelady’s piece was almost immediately corrected. The subject was also covered on Russert’s CNBC show this past weekend. In a long segment, [...]

Sunday Followup

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

Before work today I managed to get in some quality redwoods time at Purisima, near Woodside. No, that’s not my photo (hint: click and hold the mouse button down near the middle of the pic and drag to the left or right). I hope to have some pics posted soon. The XServe stuff at work [...]

How I Spent My Past Three Sundays

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

I’d rather be walking in the redwoods, but that will be the (eventual) reward. I hope. The company that employes me purchased an XServe G5 and an XServe RAID a few weeks back. I work in wholesale sales and marketing and it’s pretty much Christmas right now, so the time available to set up, configure [...]

Blue States Lose Has A New Home At Gawker

Saturday, October 29th, 2005

00s-era klubkids kontinue to fiddle about their modern-day vomitoriums while civilization burns. Heck, they’re grabbing armloads of kindling on the way back from the bathroom. It’s encouraging to see that selfless anthropologists still heed a profound sense of duty when called upon to document the behavior of such societies.


Friday, October 28th, 2005

The echo chamber will just have to reverberate without me. Later.

Libby Takes One (Or, Rather, Five) For Team Cheney

Friday, October 28th, 2005

Connecting the dots with Andrew Sullivan.

Howie Kurtz: How The Conservative Punditocracy Sank Miers

Friday, October 28th, 2005

Washington Post: In recent days, Frum helped found a group called Americans for Better Justice, along with such columnists as Mona Charen and Linda Chavez, an unsuccessful Bush nominee for labor secretary. The group raised $300,000 and began airing anti-Miers commercials. “I don’t think that’s what journalists ought to do, even if they’re in opinion [...]

Bob Novak Done Licking His Wounds?

Friday, October 28th, 2005

With the media nervously running in place awaiting Fitzmas, will the ghost of leaks past, Bob Novak, finallly put in an appearance?

Aw, Screw Fitzmas Eve, Anyhow

Thursday, October 27th, 2005

You know you just want to eavesdrop on snow monkeys. C’mon.

Martha Stewart Is Now Putting Her Brand On Entire Subdivisions

Thursday, October 27th, 2005

Honest. I could make an obscure and dated pun about gated communities, but I’m too tired.