Last year, I noted that the Times had started blogging (MSM Blogging Review: NYT Starts Blogging, too). A few months later, we discussed that the Times’ offerings had ballooned to over 30 blogs (Its Official: The NYT Has Gone Blog Crazy!).
I did not see any announcement, and only found it via my traffic log’s referrals. We received a nice mention in this post: Is This the Wile E. Coyote Moment?
Not paying attention to my surroundings as usual, I literally plowed into him as I was leaving a studio and he was coming in. Papers went flying everywhere. That capped a week of embarrassing celebrity interaction: First Greg Mankiw, then Paul Krugman, and most amusing and embarrassing, my major faux pas with Nobel prize winner Robert Engle.
If you haven’t seen that Nobel Prize story, its an absolute must read: A funny thing happened to me on the way to the studio tonight . . . Its absolutely one of those strange truth is funnier than fiction stories/
Oh, and welcome to the blogosphere, Paul!
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