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Category Archive for 'Blogosphere'
I’m being hacked now on a regular basis — if you tried to read the site last night, you found blank pages. Either I have to find an affordable WordPress guru who can stay on top of the many, many security holes, or I have to figure out how to move to a different platform […]
I added a new widget that should make it easier to read SG on your phone or tablet. Let me know how it works for you!
I’m glad some of you are enjoying the new music, I do try to find stuff that builds on the historical feel of the oldies we love. I’m thrilled to hear that I’ve turned you on to new artists. I can’t ask for more than that! Glad to be here in the sanity zone. The […]
The netroots were all a-twitter over this Saturday: Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley arrived at the annual Netroots Nation convention hoping to impress some of the party’s most influential liberal activists. Things didn’t exactly go as planned. Demonstrators protesting cases of police brutality and the treatment of black Americans by law enforcement […]
Vision of the Future May 9th, 2008 at 6:39 am by Susie I’d love to have some of whatever Matt Stoller is drinking. Go read the whole thing, it’s a comprehensive look at how Obama is consolidating money/power: All I’ll add is that it’s time to think through the consequences of a party where there […]
People think I’m kidding when I say blogging is killing me, but I’m not. Man, do I relate to this: I hear you, Andrew. Churning out material every few minutes can eat you up. You have your life back now. But you, arguably, are the one who helped create the medium. Revealing that he wrote […]
Look, I know some of you hate Hillary Clinton. I don’t. And I’m not going to spend the next two years reading Hillary Hate in my comments section. Whether men acknowledge it or not, there is a strong gendered subtext to most of the violent attacks made on her. (A friend told me the other […]
I know people who spend much of their waking hours on Facebook, which I don’t understand. I read it for the jokes! The 2014 social media update from the Pew Research Center showed Facebook continues to be the most popular of the social media sites. Though platform growth has slowed, the level of user engagement […]
There was a lot (most) we didn’t agree on, but he was basically a decent sort (except when he got caught up in 9/11 hysteria and called anti-war bloggers “the fifth column”) and he did his best for his readers, I think. And I know exactly what he means. Blogging takes a lot out of […]