Brilliant post, brilliant series of questions. I think it deserves an answer: I work to understand who the visitors are of one of the biggest websites in the world. Besides this one. I’m rediscovering them every day. Every day. And that’s girl singular. The first two months of this year have been a hell of [...]
MoveOn.org: Virtual March on Washington. The page plays back all the protests that participants made to their senators and to the White House yesterday. It is the single most impressive online democratic action I’ve ever seen. Mostly because it is a representation of a bunch of offline democratic actions: phone calls and faxes.
Race relations at Virginia have been complicated since the beginning; after all, the school’s founder wrote the Declaration of Independence but kept slaves. But the execrable actions of the as-yet-unidentified assailant who, in the words of the Cavalier Daily report, “allegedly grabbed Lundy by the hair and slammed her head against the steering wheel… [and] [...]
Washington Post: Mister Rogers Dies of Cancer at 74. Moment of silence.