October 22, 2002

APPARENTLY, Gary Trudeau has been reading Hesiod. Maybe this gentle hint will encourage more proofreading in the blogworld.

UPDATE: Hesiod and Treacher are into it. And here’s a piece by Jesse Walker on why Doonesbury is boring now. “Trudeau’s career arc mirrors the evolution of baby-boom liberalism, from the anti-authoritarian skepticism of the 1970s to the smug paternalism of the Clinton years. In 1972 the strip was engaged with the world; in 2002 it is engaged with itself.” In truth, Trudeau’s taking notice of blogdom is probably a good sign. Apparently, he does get out (at least electronically) now and then.

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