Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Blog topics

Professor Bainbridge puts it very well in his blog about why he doesn't always blog about the top news of the day: he writes about whatever interests him at the moment.

I could be blogging about Iran and North Korea, which have had some frightening developments in recent weeks, but for reasons that remain unclear to me, I haven't quite had much to say about those and other affairs that are reported on a regulat basis in the media.

That being said, I welcome suggestions for posts that readers might enjoy. I have a queue of two topics that I plan to get to someday.

4 Comments:

Blogger Ha ha hit him again said...

ALERT ALERT HARVEY TO REPLACE MANKIW AS CEA CHIEF

2/23/2005 04:57:00 PM  
Blogger The Critics said...

China Eastern Airline? Consumer Electronics Association? Commissariatàl'Energie Atomique? Cultural Experiences Abroad? Council of Economic Advisers?

I give up.

2/23/2005 07:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcoming suggestions is contrary to what Bainbridge said, is it not?

He blogs on topics on whether he wants to, not has to.


- Mrs. Bainbridge

2/23/2005 09:30:00 PM  
Blogger bum said...

Talk about the passion sports fans have for their teams. I was suprised to be feeling what I was feeling after the Yankees lost to the Red Sox in last season's playoffs (I was even more suprised because I used to be a Sox fan too back in the day (I was a Sox and Yankees fan at the same time for a while)).

3/03/2005 06:04:00 PM  

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