The good news about the internet is that people are writing again. Judging by the quality of the writing, that's also the bad news.
I can just barely manage to squeeze one or two posts out of my feeble little brain every day. William M. Dowd, on the other hand, now there's a guy who can write you under the table.
When Mr. Dowd's not keeping an eye on things at the TU as associate editor, he writing ---and not just writing his columns
that appear in the paper, but also quite a bit of stuff you can find on his various websites and blogs. And all of it's really interesting. Like East Egg Review
, an online journal of thoughtful essays, and it's counterpart, Weathering Heights
, described as Meteorology as a Metaphor for Daily Life
, containing shorter more topical ruminations. The BarLOG
is all about wine, beer and spirits (those you drink
), and Taste for Travel
, is well, all about travel.
All told, it's like a one man e-zine ---and a great pleasure in a world where 95% of all web content is unreadable.