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September 26, 2008
Round 'em up

Random things I've bookmarked this week:

Yesterday, James Fallows posted about The prescience of Chuck Spinney. But really about how more than one person suspected that the McCain campaign was well on its way to imploding.

And I liked the title of Good Math, Bad Math so well that I hung around to read about Economic Disasters and Stupid Evil People

I have no idea who is behind The Power of Narrative, but there's some interesting material there. Pursuant (pursuant!) to the topic du jour, that being party politics, you should read his thoughts about the USofA's political party system and why it's an illusion. (I don't necessarily agree. But it was interesting.)

Best toy I've found this month? It's xtimeline. (Thanks to Cliopatria.)

Color me so embarrassed for Denver. And not a little angry.

I have to agree with Kevin Drum. Mocking Palin isn't funny any more. She's just too unprepared for any national office, much less being an aging and infirm heartbeat away from the Oval Office.

This Clusterfuck Nation post starts with dead carp and clog-dancing, and then it gets really interesting.

Turns out I had 10 things bookmarked on The Sideshow, so I'm just going to assume y'all have the sense to have the blog bookmarked for yourselves. (One my biggest yes moments of the week came on this post. That is how you handle hard-line negotiations with that bunch.)

I'm sure I had more, but Bloglines appears to be Having Issues today.

Posted by AnneZook at 01:15 PM


Arthur Silber, the blogger at Power of Narrative, is a longtime libertarian blogger who's been writing online since the earliest days of blogs.

Posted by: Walter at September 26, 2008 05:53 PM

Thanks! I always like to know who I'm reading when I add a new site to my list. :)

Posted by: Anne at September 26, 2008 10:07 PM