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A procedural note: You may notice categories proliferating along the sidebar to the right. As it happens, the category tags, never very well fleshed-out in the first place, didn’t really survive the move from MovableType last year. So — particularly since I learned in history school that a source is only as good as its archive — I’m going back through all the old (MT) posts and adding more extensive tags and categories to them. (The Geocities Era involved hand-coded html files, so can’t do much there.)

I’m only 200 posts or so in — Hello, summer of 2002. Gee, I wonder if these Harken revelations will bring down Dubya — and it’s already clear this is going to be a slow process. So apologies if you see an interesting topic listed that links to little-to-no content. Hopefully, eventually, it’ll all be up to snuff.

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