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Meetings, upgrades and short attention spans
Posted at 9:05 AM on September 2, 2006 by Bill Wareham
Apologies for the lack of traffic here the last couple of days. It has been my goal to post at least a couple of times every weekday. But a combination of meetings and a MovableType upgrade kept me away from the blog for most of yesterday. I did actually write up an ATC preview yesterday around 4pm, but in the process of adding hyperlinks got distracted and didn't discover that I never hit the "Save" button until I shut down the computer at the end of the day. By then the preview was dated.
I'll try to do better next week. In the meantime, I'll point you to a pretty feisty debate between the major party U.S. Senate candidates that the Midday crew put on at the Fair yesterday. I didn't catch much of it the first time around (yes, I had a meeting), but I'd say it's worth going back to for a listen. You can get the full thing here, or Tom Scheck's synopsis here.