Now that’s entertainment!

I have only one observation to add to the blogospheric celebration / rumination that has surrounded Eason Jordan’s resignation: isn’t it slightly revealing that CNN itself chose to run the story in the Entetertainment section? It’s a story relevant to my life, told through the eyes of a compelling central character!

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“TKS”?

Not sure precisely when this happened, but I just noticed this morning that Jim Geraghty’s anachronistically named “Kerry Spot” is finally moving on. As of this morning, the title is shown as simply “TKS“. Intriguing! The Kerry Spot seems to be following in the footsteps of the likes of American Telegraph & Telephone (AT&T), National […]

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Tracking Easongate

Bill Roggio of Easongate.com dropped me an email earlier yesterday and asked if there might be a way to track how many blogs are talking about the Eason Jordan controversy. I thought it an interesting technical problem to solve (for a worthy endeavour), and gave it a shot. You can see the results here: http://www.truthlaidbear.com/easongate.php […]

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Ecosystem: Self-Service, Performance, and More

Well, things may have seemed a bit quiet around here lately, but trust me: it’s been busy behind the scenes! Over the past five weeks, I’ve put an intense focus on improving the stability, performance, and maintainability of the Ecosystem. And I’m happy to say that the heavy lifting is just about done. Here’s the […]

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Annoying your bosses for fun and profit

Forlorn over the utter pointlessness of kicking John Kerry around anymore, Mickey Kaus has been filling that particular void in his life by jumping ugly on Howard Kurtz, media reporter for the Washington Post and host of CNN’s Reliable Sources. Mickey has consistently criticized (mocked, really) Kurtz for failing to say even a word about […]

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