October 11, 2006

Blogosphere Dispatches Now Available Through Amazon

The three little books Adam Bellow and I just published (details here) now ship from Amazon.

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Come on, you know you want these. Know what they're perfect for? You can give them to all your friends for Christmas who don't get the blogosphere and think it's just a bunch of geeks with Web pages who can't, or won't, write anything real.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at October 11, 2006 10:07 AM

Michael, I have ben hearing from my leabaneese friends of trouble brewing bewteen the Shia-and sunni in Beruit almost everynight. There are also concerns of the civil war resumng after Ramadan. What do your sources say?

Posted by: Matthew at October 11, 2006 12:53 PM

Michael, I dont know if it is trues, but I have just read that your blog was banned. Maybe you should check if that is accurate or not.

Posted by: Manuela at October 12, 2006 11:27 AM

Heh! Thanks for the picture of Emporia. My husband's youngest sister lives there with her family; we see her every year, but out East, where we all convene every summer for several weeks, or via a meet in the Kansas City area, where my husband's grandmother still lives (husband is a native Kansan, born of Kansan families from way back). I've never actually been to Emporia (maybe Thanksgiving), so this was sort of cool.

I've gotten a great kick out of your cross-country posts, Michael. Thanks for the fun.

Posted by: reader_iam at October 12, 2006 04:38 PM

I just ordered the set from the New Pamphleteer site. I am so happy about this. I can now have the important posts in one place to have my friends read. Most of them only read what's in the newspapers or what's on CNN. It's so annoying because one can't have a decent conversation with them. Thank you!!

Posted by: Maggie45 at October 14, 2006 06:17 PM
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