Daily Archives: Monday, August 29, 2005

Inland tropical storm Katrina

Inland tropical storm Katrina: As I head to bed, it’s raining in Nashville. (Here’s a link to the National Weather Service’s Experimental Radar from Nashville, although I’m not exactly sure what the experiment is. Southest of Nashville, towards Chattanooga, there … Continue reading

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Hired because of his blog

Hired because of his blog: Are we ready for the pendulum to swing from articles about people fired because of their blog to articles about people hired because of their blog? If so, I nominate Tom Biro for a “hired” … Continue reading

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WKRN’s ROI on investing in the Nashville blogosphere

WKRN’s ROI on investing in the Nashville blogosphere: The WKRN weather bloggers at NashvilleWX.com are displaying how blogging is different than reporting. For example, Justin Bruce, who’s been to most Nashville blogger meetups I’ve attended has posted details of the … Continue reading

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Terry Teachout’s Katrina efforts

Terry Teachout’s Katrina efforts: I’m very appreciative of Terry’s work to keep up with Katrina bloggers. A great example of running as fast as possible to keep up with something heading in way too many directions. Also, his note at … Continue reading

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As predicted, Shawn Lea is hurricane blogging

As predicted, Shawn Lea is hurricane blogging: In Jackson, Miss., Shawn is in the midst of a stiff wind: “Our neighbor’s huge old oak tree just fell onto the right side of our house. Much excitement here! But look…I’m still … Continue reading

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