If you read Defense News, you quickly become familiar with Loren Thompson of the Lexington Institute. He appears in an extraordinary number of stories, usually as voice recommending the purchase of so
This blog went live five years ago today. I have updated our FAQ to reflect the changes since the last update of the FAQ. As always on these occasions, I’d like to thank the commenters, the lurk
Mark Penn is messing with my business: It takes about 100,000 unique visitors a month to generate an income of $75,000 a year. Bloggers can get $75 to $200 for a good post, and some even serve as R
Check out Progressive Realist, a new blog bringing together a number of progressive foreign policy writers (including yours truly). Here’s the About; the project has been brought together by Rob
So when I wasn’t paying attention, Foreign Policy went and seized the greater portion of the international affairs related blogosphere. Congrats to Dan, Marc, and the rest on successfully sellin
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Crooked Timber, unsurprisingly, reaches Genius. For (also unsurprising) chuckles, try Instapundit.
To add just a bit to Atrios’ point, Centrism in the Blogosphere is the idea that people of all ideologies can come together to worship Glenn Reynolds.