Ok, so it is more like Sunday afternoon, but what the heck.
Peggy Noonan talks about Old America vs New America. She mostly gets it correct if you’re looking at it through the prism of Old America. But I think she gets her math wrong in the end.
Steve Gillmor’s Our Home Town. Russert, Twitter, and all that’s in between. He gets the Old America vs New America better than Peggy Noonan.
There was a big dustup this week about the AP clamping down on the Drudge Retort for quoting AP stories. The AP doesn’t want them to do so, which is not only silly, it is stupid. Jeff Jarvis proposes a link ethic that the AP and everyone should follow. Yeah, like that will happen.
A nice look back at the late Tim Russert in The New Yorker.
The TimesOnLine says Bush wants to get Bin Laden before he leaves office. Oh, now the pressure is on.
I keep reading that vinyl is coming back, as in LPs for music. Not seeing anything about turntables though.
James Kendrick’s Goodbye to a great man. I enjoy reading this every Father’s Day.