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On December 10, 2009
Let me give all the normal apologies for light/no posting; comprehensive exams at Patterson, travel, etc. Hopefully, there will be more opportunity to post this weekend; just ran a mini-simulation on a the US government reaction to the public announcement of the existence of vampires that might be of some interest. Until then, for those […]

Hack!

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On August 17, 2009

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

Happy Birthday to Us!

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On May 31, 2009

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

Home!

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On May 16, 2009
I’m back from Seattle, after a week of blog abstinence broken only by some very minor comment maintenance. Thanks very much to Charli Carpenter, who filled in very capably. My Google Reader account currently has 917 new items… Two points on comments: First, I’m a bit befuddled by the apparent influx of an army of […]

Blackwater-Blackfive Nexus

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On January 21, 2009
Now this, from David Axe, is a fascinating story: Susan Katz Keating posted a photo depicting, among others, “Uncle Jimbo” — one of the men behind the popular, and far-right, Blackfive blog — in front of Blackwater’s North Carolina headquarters last week. It seems Jimbo and others flew to Blackwater from the private air terminal […]

Um….

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On January 28, 2008
72%How Addicted to Blogging Are You? Assuming this is all a zero-sum game, I suppose this means I’m only 28% addicted to the rest of my life. I don’t necessarily accept that premise, but the fact that I’m typing this while trying to sing the ABC’s with my daughter means, at the very least, that […]

Centrist Fallacy

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On November 9, 2007

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.

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