Saturday, January 28, 2006

The Lights Are Back On At The Library 

I'm an addict. I admit it. Six weeks without blogging and I'm itching to snark about nothing in particular, post pictures of my cats (forthcoming) and generally waste time on the internet. But, what else am I going to do?

So, The Invisible Library is officially back, but not quite running, just yet. And things are a little different this time. For one, I'm back on blogspot. Administrating the Wordpress blog was way too much like work. I liked the look and feel of it better but getting it up and running is way too technical for my needs, at least for now. Perhaps I'll go back there but not any time soon: I accidentally deleted everything when I went on Hiatus. But soon, all new sparkling prose and witty criticism will be filling this page, so no worries.

So, hay there blogspot. It's been a while. Just pretend the gap in Archives is due to gremlins or monkeys or whathaveyou.

Friday, January 27, 2006

Friday Blogaround 

Let's see what's going on around The Liberal Coalition.
  • Natalie at All Facts and Opinions is back on-line and catching up.
  • archy on the terrible social hurdles a rich white straight boy has to overcome to succeed.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof on competency.
  • David at blogAmY investigates the underworld.
  • bloggg passes on a great one-liner line.
  • Lefty Brown catches up.
  • Collective Sigh reviews Bush's Brokeback Mountain review.
  • the farmer is back at Corrente and none too soon.
  • Dodecahedron isn't happy with Sen. Tim Johnson.
  • Dohiyi Mir on the nascent filibuster movement against Alito.
  • Echidne gets a direct report on the Palestinian election.
  • firedoglake catches up on Scooter.
  • First Draft on Bush minding business.
  • The Fulcrum on polluting our own troops.
  • Happy Furry Puppy catches up on the Left news of the week.
  • iddybud on a waste problem of nuclear proportions.
  • Left is Right on dire predictions.
  • Liberty Street on rich Chilean exiles.
  • Make Me a Commentator on our options for Iran.
  • Michael deals with a loss.
  • Pen-Elayne has her own blog link recommendations.
  • Rook gets a job.
  • rubber hose summarizes Hayden's fall.
  • Science and Politics has a carnival of carnivals.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on what it's like to be poor and sick in North Carolina.
  • Sooner Thought on armed legislators.
  • Speedkill on emotional kaleidoscope of partisanship.
  • Steve Gilliard on Al Sharpton and The Boondocks.
  • T. Rex on stretching the thin green line.
  • The Countess gets down with sex.
  • Wanda on the state of the union.
  • WTF Is It Now?? on Scott McClellan tap dancing.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat and Molly Ivins on manifesto destiny.
  • Read on, boys and girls.

    Cross-posted from Bark Bark Woof Woof.

    Wednesday, January 25, 2006

    Carnival of the Liberals - call for submissions 

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    Modem Butterfly has issued the call for submissions for the next edition of the Carnival of the Liberals. Send your best recent post by Tuesday at 5PM EST. The carnival will be posted on Wednesday, February 1st.