A fine day for blogging
I don’t think I’ve seen a better time in this little corner of the blogging ecosystem (or any corner, for that matter) than right now. Rob Corr, Tim Dunlop, Ken Parish, Jason Soon and Scott Wickstein are all in fine form, with sharply argued and well-reasoned posts on a wide range of topics. There’s more good stuff in the comment threads. All in all, this is the kind of thing I hoped for when the Internet first came along in the 1980s. It was briefly and partially realised in the early days of Usenet, but blogging provides a far superior medium for the exchange of ideas.