Well, blogging’s clearly over: Time has got a piece on warblogs: War-related weblogs
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Reminder: This is not a normal war between two nations. It’s a hostage rescue. So don’t be surprised that the hostages aren’t dancing in the streets yet — the bad guys still have guns pointed at their heads, and will, until we thoroughly take down their boss and his core cronies.
Just had a report from a fellow running Galeon who indicates that TTLB doesn’t render correctly using that browser. It’s Unix-only, so I’m not able to test it directly myself. But it would be odd — I use Mozilla myself (Galeon is built on the same rendering engine) and don’t see problems. Anyway, if you’re […]
Steven Levy says that embedded journalists and webloggers have a lot in common: CNN
March 26 (AP)
Whoah. I’ve been puzzled for some time as to why I’ve continued to get “heat” from the Cross Blog Iraq Debate — lots of folks coming into the site with that as their entry page. I was hampered in figuring this out by the fact that I didn’t have my SiteMeter code on the redirect […]
Thought for the night (it’s a dark one — the night, and the thought): Clearly, there are some Iraqis who are willing to sacrifice their own lives to defend the Hussein regime. I submit the following proposition, then: to ensure a safe and stable future for Iraq’s soon-to-be-emerging democracy, is it not wise for Coalition […]
The BlogCritics Book-Film-TV-Video Critiquees have been announced!
The Command Post has relocated to its own domain and MoveableType. For now, it can be found here. When the DNS catches up, it will be at http://command-post.org.
Michele and Alan at Avocare have set up a new community warblog: Command Central. The idea is “a temporary group weblog, to run the duration of the war. We see it as something akin to The Corner – short posts, lots of links and banter between the posters. ” Yup, sounds like the indie version […]
Steve reports he’s on the job. Whole lotta nothing being shown on the teevee now. Lots of talking heads trying to find different ways to say “target of opportunity” over and over again. Hmmm… hey Steve, do you have a deck of cards or something? This could get dull real fast… -NZB PS – An […]
Looks like it’s on tonight. Or rather, this morning, Iraq time. Could we really be intending to do the first phase of full-scale bombing in daylight? Given all the ‘shock and awe’ talk, I suppose it’s possible. And where the hell’s the usual crew? Bill? Steve? Glenn? Come on, I’m the B-list here, boys, get […]
Am I the only one who gets a sinking feeling whenever CNN or MSNBC shows one of their (few remaining) correspondents reporting live from Baghdad? Folks, let me be clear. If by any chance any of you intrepid journalists are reading this humble blog: get the hell out of there. I can do without the […]
It would seem that today will be the day. I can’t help thinking of this conflict less as a war, in the traditional sense, and more as a hostage rescue. The lunatic has holed up, armed to the teeth and surrounded by innocent bystanders who were unlucky enough to be in the wrong place at […]
Please welcome Marduk’s Babylonian Musings to the TTLB adstrip. It’s been a while since we’ve had an actual paying customer, and I’m pleased that Marduk has chosen to sign up, given his illustrious mission statement. He describes his blog as: “An examination of anti-semitism on the web, particularly in its disguise as anti-zionism” Amen to […]
Folks – I’ve been accused of being an idea bear, and here I go with another one. But I’m not at all convinced I’ve got the time to deal with it myself, so I’m throwing it open for feedback and volunteers. I’d like to see an Iraq Timeline blog, set up something like this: – […]
Did some significant rearchitecting on the Ecosystem scripts today, both to improve performance and squash some nasty bugs that were preventing the scans from actually hitting all blogs every day. The major change is that now the process is multi-threaded: ecoscan.php executes a loop which grabs one weblog at a time and spawns an instance […]
Don’t forget — it’s International Eat an Animal for PETA Day! Updates to follow on the particular critters this bear chooses to consume on this fine day….
Meryl is having a friendly (ahem) exchange with a Muslim woman on the nature of her faith, and its regard for women. Recommended reading.