Around the blogs
Some days there's just a ton of stuff to look at, so let's get started.
The College Democrats have a blog, which among other things tells us that one of their own is a candidate for the State House in Texas this fall.
Also in college-related news, Andrew Dobbs of the Burnt Orange Report joined up with the Young Conservatives of Texas to give the prestigious "Enemy of Higher Education Award" to House Speaker Tom Craddick for his role in passing tuition deregulation. Way to go, Andrew!
Moving up to graduate school, Jonathan Ichikawa discovers that the Georgia House has taken an intense interest in women's genitals.
Whatever you do, don't piss Julia off. She's mightier than you are.
The AFL-CIO is embarking on a cross-country Show Us The Jobs tour and is blogging about it for your convenience.
Morat finds a discrepancy in the AP story on Richard Clarke's testimony.
Blah, blah, blah, blogcakes is a new blog from Sue, who's a recent transplant to Houston and quite clearly a fan of Television Without Pity, based on her chosen title.
Greg is already looking ahead to the 2006 elections here.
I'm sure you're already reading A Perfectly Cromulent Blog, so you don't need me to tell you that Pete is your main source for zombie movie criticism, but I will anyway just to be on the safe side.
A blog called American Amnesia has some interesting interviews to check out.
John Scalzi is a much better writer than I am. Not that he cares what I think. Via Making Light.
The Panda's Thumb is a group blog of mostly science types who are dedicated to beating back stoopid anti-evolution arguments, something which is sadly a full-time multi-person task. It's Crooked Timber for the lab rats.
Finally, MIT's Technology Review blog points to this story about how the musical landscape may change now that downloading is so prevalent.
Posted by Charles Kuffner on March 25, 2004 to Blog stuff