October 9, 2003

· Internet

Though it can never replace the old one, in what way is a new one needed?

Sorely.

When it is published online what must we read?

The whole thing.

What value do such posts hold for reading?

Much worth.

What sort of insightful are they?

Characteristically.

If we cannot devote the time to the whole piece which paragraph should we read?

The nut graf.

What can be moral?

Clarity.

What else?

Equivalence.

And?

Authority.

What can be even?

The New Republic.

What else?

The New York Times.

And?

Moderate Republicans.

What may the media be?

Mainstream. Liberal. Old.

What may any of these be called?

So.

What are facts?

Plain. Simple. Known.

What is done to facts?

Checking.

What are we fact-checking?

Their asses.

What may blogs get?

Results.

What is this blog not?

Your father’s.

Where are they?

Over at.

Where did we migrate from?

Blogger.

Where did we go?

To hell. (And back.)

What are we on?

Hiatus.

What are we in?

Indeed.

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I am Associate Professor of Sociology at Duke University. I’m affiliated with the Kenan Institute for Ethics, the Markets and Management Studies program, and the Duke Network Analysis Center.

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