Daily Archives: Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Warning

Warning: “This blogger, because he’s been known to eat french fries, probably contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer.” (In doing a Google image search for something to accompany this post, I ran across another … Continue reading

Posted in All other, blogging | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Something worth investigating?

Something worth investigating? In a speech yesterday, I heard the editor of the Tennessean suggest that a newly hired reporter chose to come work at the Tennessean rather than accept a job with the New York Times. Not that resumé … Continue reading

Posted in All other, Nashville | Tagged | Comments Off

Recovery 2.0 idea

Recovery 2.0 idea: I can’t tell you how many times during the past three weeks I was disappointed that the “block view” for New Orleans was not a part of A9 maps beta. In the future, having such a building-by-building … Continue reading

Posted in All other, katrina | Tagged | Comments Off

Family stories for the ages

Family stories for the ages: On the Keep Cookin’ weblog, we’ve been posting evacuation stories from the now widely dispersed staff of Louisiana Cookin’ Magazine. They make me realize there will be a million such stories that will one day … Continue reading

Posted in All other, katrina | Tagged | Comments Off

Hyper-local political blogging

Hyper-local political blogging: My Nashville Metro Councilman (and friend) Chris Whitson resigned from the council today because a new state statute could one day be used to interpret as a “conflict of interest” any work his law firm does on … Continue reading

Posted in All other, Nashville | Tagged | Comments Off