|Thursday, August 28, 2003|
The Edwards campaign finally got back to me about the questions I’ve submitted and resubmitted in the last several weeks on Web strategy, if only to say “We’re not quite ready to make anything public (and you’ve clearly heard that we’ve got some folks testing things for us) but you’re in for a real treat. We’ve got some cool stuff.”
I wrote back that I already know more than that from the comments at my own blog: “It is a weblog with input from multiple state web coordinators. It's also a coordinated effort, a la Dean, to post to multiple weblogs with references back to the page. It's more interactive than the website.”
12:09:42 PM comment 
If we are fighting a larger war on terror, doesn’t the body count start with the 3,000 or so killed on 9/11, not with the military casualties since the major fighting stopped in
Above, links to two columns I wrote in the year after 9/11. One is about my friends who died, and their families who survived; the other is about my wife’s cousin Quentin, a reluctant hero.
8:47:38 AM comment