Monday, March 14, 2005

In Case I Haven't Mentioned It Before . . . .

Especially during this light posting time here - when I know you're all just lost and lonely without guidance on what to read - check out The Roundup. I scan headlines of tomorrow's news each night before I go to bed and in the morning, when I read the day's Roundup, I find that not only have they linked to the same articles to which I'd have linked, but they're picking up on some of the same themes and focus bits I would've as well.

Of course, this in no way means you should read only their site - but you should add it to your daily reading assignments.

Of note today: a the same Chron piece on the guv, highlighting interestingly open criticism from Republican Abel Maldonaldo; Dan Walters fretting over the state ignoring the transportation crisis; and more redistricting fun.

And the most important question of the day for us: why was it 85 and gorgeous last week in San Francisco and it's overcast and 60-ish in Los Angeles this week? It's not June, why the gloom?

Housekeeping: Lastly, you'll note that there's a little spring cleaning of the sidebar going on. I've added The Roundup, taken down Priorities & Frivolities (we miss you, RT) and moved around some of the other items. If you have thoughts on format and layout, email me at the link in the sidebar. I'd love to know if you think it's worth having the "recent posts" section. It comes pretty far down after the links anyway - does anyone use it?

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