Not only is it Friday, it's the start of another three day weekend for many nine- to- fivers. Everyone should be so lucky. If our local blogosphere is representative of the larger, I'd say hang on for resolutions, reminisces, and best-of '06 lists and other New Year's fun.
Let's get started.
Agricola refers to XARK!'s recent post and proceeds with an interesting discourse on the nature of the blogosphere:
Although this process may seem to have the characteristics of a "mob", to use Rabo's words, I think it is clear that an organic, self-correcting process is at work.
Over at the Microbial Laboratory Pam has this question:
Does anyone feel good about this?
Mike Burleson suggests we may have something to learn from Ethiopia.
Jmsloop, a XARK! contributer, takes a harsh look a the education system.
Kelly Love certainly has something to brag about.
Babbie updates us on LaRon Dendy.
Brian Goode predicts rain for New Year's Eve and has a request for his readers.
Hurry, the Napoleon exhibit closes soon.
Nina, Nina, Nina! JET bids Nina Sossamon adieu and covers Christmas Eve's highspeed police chase. Chris has less kind words for the anchor.
**Edit** It's not local, but it is of interest. Some of our compatriots have been noticed in Nashville.