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Friday, January 02, 2004

Funny, He Was Here Just A Second Ago...

Worthy Resolutions

To keep Tyler croc-free, to follow Paul Boutin's 101 Ways to Save the Internet, and to congratulate Kevin Werbach (who Paul thanks in connection with the 101 Ways piece, and who also seems to have a relatively croc-free environment in mind for his Esther).


Wednesday, December 31, 2003

Truly, Madly, Deeply

Mad Kane:

I'm very pleased to report that I'm a nominee in two categories in this year's About.com Political Dot-Comedy Awards competition. My political humor as a whole is nominated in the Best Parodies (Overall Achievement) category and my Dubya's Dayly Diary is a nominee in the Best Bush Humor category. So if you have time, I'd really appreciate your voting for me in one or both categories here. Thanks!

And even if you're not in a voting mood, I'll bet you enjoy visiting the terrific nominees in categories including Best Web Cartoons, Best Satirical News, Most Entertaining Left-Wing News & Commentary, Most Entertaining Right-Wing News & Commentary, Best Print Comic Strip, and Best Late-Night TV Comedy. You may even find some new (to you) humor sites to help you survive 2004.

At present, Mad has 6% of the vote for Best Parodies, and is coming on strong in the Bush Humor category at 11%. Go give her your support.

It's no joke however that Howard Dean seems to be lagging behind George W. in the infant campaign gear category. I'll need to speak with Rick Klau about this.


Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Today's New Blawg

Word of Blog provides "legal news and resources for writers, editors, musicians, artists, and other communicators," and thus has a heavy copyright emphasis. Debbi Mack is the author. (That Debbi Mack? Dunno, but seems likely.) [Via Blawg.org]


Sunday, December 28, 2003

Air Tyler

In the air, everywhere


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