I’m going to be camping for the next week, so my access to the innertubes might be a bit erratic (but I managed to post three stories a day last summer when I went camping in the wilds of Canada, so who knows).
I’ve noticed lately that people have been submitting old postings of mine to aggregator sites (like Reddit, Stumbleupon, Fark, and Digg) and I’ve been getting lots of traffic from that. So feel free to wander down memory lane, look up some old stories, and submit them to your favorite aggregator (there is a handy-dandy tool at the end of each post to help you do that). You can also post links on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. I’m really hoping that we can build up momentum for real health care reform.
Other than that, I hope everyone is enjoying the last few weeks of summer! And remember, the point is not which side you’re on, the point is to have a good discussion that helps both sides understand the other side’s point of view.
UPDATE: I’ve made this post sticky, so it will appear first, but I’ll still try to post things (I managed to post three stories today, thanks to the iPhone!).
UPDATE 2: I’m back home! Sorry about missing a few days — didn’t even have cell phone coverage for a few days, and very little WiFi anywhere. Highlights of the trip: renting the 24 inch telescope at Pine Mountain Observatory for the night, rafting rapids on the Deschutes River, camping inside the crater of an active volcano for two nights, spelunking inside a lava tube, sunset on Paulina Peak, and a yummy dinner at Timberline Lodge. Also see the “I could see Russia” comment.