Friday, October 10, 2008

Busy. Read "Alison at Creekside"

I'll keep some sort of daily output, but it'll be sparse stuff for a long while. In the meantime, go read "Alison at Creekside."

The internet has changed the nature of media, reporting, and what-not. It's changed the political culture of the United States. If you go to places like CounterPunch, commondreams, or Znet, you can find out about all sorts of nefarious US-government and corporate schemes while they're a-borning. Progressive Canada doesn't really compare to that level of analysis as a collective. I'm trying The Tyee and's homepage, but really meaty stuff is few and far between. For my money, Alison is consistently on top of the machinations of the Canadian corporate state. She's been doing a lot of heavy lifting by herself and I don't know how she does it, but she MUST keep on doing it.

1 comment:

West End Bob said...

Alison is, quite simply, a goddess . . . .