Daily Archives: Wednesday, September 8, 2004

A political comment – enough already

A political comment – enough already: Despite blogging a political convention and a visit with a noted politician, I typically avoid the topic of politics here as it is so well-blogged by others. And, frankly, the content of this blog … Continue reading

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…: Those new to this weblog need to be forewarned. From, say, now until, say, about February 6, 2005, there may be, from time-to-time, a post-or-two regarding one of my favorite topics. As … Continue reading

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Comparative study

Comparative analysis: According to a study appearing in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, the top three magazines in six categories (African-American, Men’s, Women’s, News, General, and Health) with the highest circulation have “relatively few” articles providing in-depth information about … Continue reading

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What they see

What they see: According to eye-tracking research of 46 people for one hour each, the graph above is the typical pattern a web user follows when looking at a typical news website. Below, you can find the rexblog’s instant research … Continue reading

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Neighborly link

Neighborly link: A guy who lives a few blocks from me in Nashville is profiled in this 12,000-word New Yorker piece. Funniest line is this remark from the subject’s wife after the writer notes their matching Apple G4s: “What did … Continue reading

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