The Wall Street Journal launches a new business news site that looks like a newsstand magazine. Slate launches a new business news site that looks like a newsstand magazine. You would think there wasn’t much to say that couldn’t be encapsulated in “Just curl up into a ball and hide under your desk for a … Continue reading
Surprise, surprise. Cheney actually running the show in the 2004 battle to re-authorize the administration’s warrantless – and illegal – wiretapping program. Bush not only out of the loop, but not even apparently aware of what’s going on.
I was driving to Michigan Sunday night and listening to the Cubs game for as long as WGN would come in as I cruised down I-94. As the Cubs scored five runs in the first two innings (including a first inning leadoff home run) and Zambrano appeared to be dominating I found what I’ll generously … Continue reading
TechCrunch crosses the one million RSS readers mark. I’ve long argued that RSS readers are as important – if not moreso – a metric as site visits and its related itterations. That’s because those readers have taken positive action to read that site’s latest content, and the content that’s read is the newest and freshest. … Continue reading
SiteMeter was down for me for a while the other day and so I thought when it came back up I’d see the rumored upgrades to the stat-tracker interface. Alas no, it’s the same look and feel I had before. And based on Costa’s write-up of his experience with the “upgrade” I’m not exactly anxious … Continue reading