Taegan says most forecasts call for a Bush win in November.
Peter Rukavina has a scraped RSS feed of books he has checked out of the library.
6PM Central Time, arrived at hotel in Duluth, MN. Had a great drive today, walked on the shore of Lake Superior in Ashland, WI. Did an audio blog post, photos, a movie. Northwestern Wisconsin is spectacularly beautiful, my pictures don't begin to do it justice.
Northwestern Wisconsin driving pics.
A roadside movie, first a car passes in one direction, then, well, I don't want to give away the plot.
Today's audio blog post was done while driving north in Wisconsin. I didn't end up making it as far as International Falls today, and I didn't take US 51 all the way north. I cut west on state roads, and then headed north, then west. Anyway, this blog post is about why Internet access while traveling is going to be free, soon. And I explain how weblogs will make money, far more money than you can make through an advertising model. As the Silicon Valley money people get interested in weblogs and making money, this is becoming again an hot topic. It's not about replicating models from the print and TV world. I lay it out pretty clearly. Designed for people who manage big multinational businesses. Nothing really technical here.
Meanwhile back in NYC there were demonstrations. My mom went to the big march and took pictures.
Good morning, what a lovely day for a drive. Temp in the low 50s, bright blue clear sky. Sweater weather. Up early, let's go. To regular readers, it may not be possible for me to get a net connection tonight. I'll be back on the Web as soon as I can. Have a great Sunday!
Lots of newly scanned blogs in the RNC aggregator.
The DNC aggregator is still catching some good posts.
Rex Hammock is covering the RNC from the inside.
Jim Armstrong: "The name of the guy that bombed Sterling Hall was Karlton Armstrong."
On the Interstate highway system in the US, they tell you about all the fast food restaurants at every exit. And they have places to walk a dog at every rest area. But what about pointers to places for humans to get a bit of exercise? "You're about to pass a great state park and they have a free hiking trail for Interstate drivers. Spend one hour exercising, you'll enjoy being cooped up in the car more." And how about a special extra big ad on the freeway for restaurants that offer something tasty and healthy? (And even bigger if it has caffeine in it.) And while we're at it, pass a law that every gas station must stock extra large bags of pistachio nuts.
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