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Brief Thoughts for the Week of 2010-07-23

Friday, July 23rd, 2010
  • A WTF moment for a reporter (caught on video) #
  • A comic of Basic Instructions on How to Argue Like a Reasonable Adult! #
  • NASA was faced with a problem: How to get life insurance to the Apollo astronauts. #
  • The campaign against this mosque treats all Muslims as perpetrators..a terrible mistake, for moral & strategic reasons. #
  • If you're capable of distinguishing b/t moderate & extremist Islam, a mosque 2 blocks f/Ground Zero is uncontroversial. # Powered by Twitter Tools

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Brief Thoughts for the Week of 2010-07-16

Friday, July 16th, 2010

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Brief Thoughts for the Week of 2010-07-09

Friday, July 9th, 2010

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2parse is not yet done

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

site link The experience of not feeling the pressure to write 1 or 2 or 3 posts a days is quite liberating.

Yet I still feel compelled to write and comment and otherwise engage with political discussions and the news.

But I have not yet decided the best route. Can an irregularly updated blog generate enough traffic and engagement from others? Should I move to a more Instapundit-like format of short links with only the occasional column-length post? Can I manage to create some daily aggregator that provides a value not covered by Daily Beast’s Cheat Sheet, The Slatest, Drudge, memeorandum, RealClearPolitics, or the New York Times’s Idea of the Day?

I don’t know yet. But I know I can’t hold off writing for much longer.

I’ll be tinkering with 2parse and other ideas over the summer, so don’t be surprised with some changes in format or irregular posting…

Brief Thoughts for the Week of 2010-07-02

Friday, July 2nd, 2010
  • But we do have this incredibly dehumanizing discourse around people who’ve violated the immigration laws. #
  • We don’t have the rhetoric of “illegals” to refer to people who drive illegally fast, or to jaywalkers… #

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