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A Weblog?
The column to the right, is a news/editorial/comment column. It is a weblog, also know as a blog.

The weblog thing comes from www.blogger.com, which offers us a convenient way to manage the posting, administratively. You don't really need to know all of that, but we have included this explanation so that you won't be confused by the term "blog".

Another important topic here is that since the column includes editorials and comments, you can be sure that we are just exercising our free speech rights as guaranteed by the Constitution and as not yet abridged by a reactionary opportunistic vocal minority.

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Thursday, September 09, 2004

Encounter with a Blogger

 
Bloggers make up a growing, but yet small community. That's why I was pleased and surprised to find myself chatting at the courthouse with a fellow blogger-attorney, and one that we had linked to no less. Amy, of Salvation Amy - blog was doing the courthouse lobby search for the client with me this morning (a traditional attorney sport). We were sharing notes about the general appearance of our respective clients so as to help each other locate them. In the process we had a nice chat, and we discovered that we knew of each other in the blog world.

Well, that's the warm and fuzzy feeling for the day. You get no more. The Quota has been met.


Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Here There Be Pirates

 
Delaware is home to some famous illustrators of pirates.

Today's Wilmington News Journal has a nice piece on efforts of family members of one of them to catalog all of his works. Frank E. Schoonover was a student of Howard Pyle, and created many covers and interior illustrations for books and magazines.

The newspaper has a nice history of efforts to locate some of his works, which he often sold after they were returned to him by publishers of the books and magazines they appeared upon. See: Illustrator's kin on trail of lost art

If you would like to see one of his paintings, and you find yourself in Wilmington, there's a large mural by him on display in the New Castle County Court House.








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