The Who2 Blog August 2008
The Democratic Convention is over and it's official: Barack Obama is the first African-American presidential nominee of a major American political party. Congratulations to him.
His website has the transcript and video of his speech from Denver's Invesco Field.
The Rocky Mountain News headline: 'Obama accepts nomination, rocks Invesco.'
At least Jobs got that rare opportunity to read his own obit. Many of the details are probably familiar to him already.
It is interesting to see how placeholders are used in the pre-obit for the final missing bits of the story. ("He was TK"?)Read More »
Even with the photos, and seeing the finish, Phelps still seems impossibly far from the wall when Cavic is just inches away. Quite a finish.
The Washington Post has two new stories on cartoonist Lynn Johnston. One talks about her krazy plan for starting For Better or For Worse over on September 1st, retelling the strip's early storylines in "new-runs."
Lynn reports with pleasure that Farley the Dog, long dead, will be once again alive under the new plan. (Though presumably he'll have to croak again in the future.)Read More »