Daily Archives: June 25, 2007

An Interesting Constitutional Wrinkle

Glenn Reynolds points out what I must say is an absolutely hilarious point of impeachment order: Impeach Cheney if you want, but do bear in mind that he’ll preside over his own impeachment trial. Now, that’s a constitutional crisis. And it does sort of make you yearn for the days when Vice-Presidents were, in fact, […]

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In What is Becoming a Depressingly Regular Announcement:

I’ve now presumably caught up with all my e-mail that I left lingering while I was gallivanting around the country. So this means that if you’ve sent me e-mail in the last several days that you were hoping to get a response to and I didn’t respond, now would be the time to send it […]

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A Question of Medium-Sized Sociological Importance (Or Not)

If there really is a cultural divide between the people who are on MySpace and the people who are on Facebook, as this draft of an academic paper suggests, what does it mean that I have accounts on both? I suppose I could suggest it points to my own white-trash-yet-elite status (living in a mobile […]

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Author Interview: Allen Steele

I’m back in full swing with the author interviews over there at Ficlets, and today I’ve got me some red-hot Allen Steele interview action. Steele, who, incidentally, annoyed me mightily by making his latest novel Spindrift so compulsively readable that when I brought it with me on tour, I’d finished it before I landed at […]

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