Thursday, November 04, 2004

ANOTHER CENTURY OF FAKERS In the interest of preventing this blog from devolving into a series of increasingly vituperative partisan rants, complete with obscure Belle and Sebastian lyrics for footnotes, CONTRAPOSITIVE will begin edging back toward what might be called "regularly scheduled programming" in the coming days.

There will continue to be posts on politics, to be sure. But they won't be every few hours. And the non-political topics that have been covered in the past--film, the internet, In-N-Out Burger--will once again start getting their due.

In the meantime, give Michael Bérubé's blog a whirl. (A link to his page is now featured at right.) At least at times, it reads like a graduate school version of The Daily Show.

CONTRAPOSITIVE is edited by Dan Aibel. Dan's a playwright. He lives in New York City.