I traded a few emails with Carl Bialik of the WSJ online on the Ecosystem and the various methods I use around here for blog ranking, and his piece is now available online. It’s a good primer on the state-of-play of tracking blog statistics.
The Interwebs are abuzz this morning with news that John Kerry may indeed have finally signed his Form 180. See Michelle, Ed, and Kevin for more. Here’s the question I have: does the fact that he has signed and submitted (when/if he actually submits it) the Form 180 allow those with knowledge of his service […]
Andrew Sullivan offers Newsweek some entirely superfluous assistance in their race to the journalistic bottom: “Even if this incident turns out to be false, our previous policies have made it perfectly plausible.” False but plausible: it’s the new fake but accurate!
Folks: I’m pleased to announce that Sean Gleeson is the winner of the TTLB logo contest. Sean has brought both Mr. Bear and Lady M to life splendidly, and I am now working him to develop a final version of the logo which will be used in the — coming soon — relaunched version of […]
If you’re in the LA area tonight, consider dropping by LA Center Studios to check out Instant Films, an intriguing film festival / contest in which filmmakers are given 48 hours to go from concept to finished product. The contestants were given a story idea Thursday night, submitted their scripts yesterday, and by now should […]
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Folks: Last call for entries in the TTLB logo contest. I’ve received a few new entries over the past few days, so check out the display page to see them in all their glory. The contest will offically close at 12 noon PDT tomorrow, so if you’ve been holding out, it’s now or never!
The TTLB logo contest marches on, with several new submissions over the past week. Click ‘More’ to see them in all their glory!