This is it. This weekend my office moves from northern Massachusetts to southern New Hampshire. The new building is ready ... I think ... and within about three weeks the new entities should be fully past the transition, up and running. Well, two of the three anyway. The third still needs a little work, but it's getting there.
My latest blog hiatus has been longer (since Feb. 10) than I thought it would be. I've had a boatload of post ideas, but by the time I would have gotten to them they would have been stale, so well hashed out in the rest of the blogosphere that anything I could add would likely have been redundant. I still won't be posting much until the babies are secure in their beds. I am hoping to blog March Madness as I have traditionally.
I have been following the twists and turns of Mssrs. McCain and Obama and Ms. Clinton. I do have to point out what I wrote in my last post, on Feb. 10, about Mr. McCain.
The McCain Media Honeymoon will be over soon. The media has soft-sold him thus far because, of the Republicans, they clearly preferred the maverick-ness of the author of McCain-Feingold and McCain-Kennedy who voted against the Bush tax cuts. But now that he's the presumptive Republican nominee, media outlets like the NY Times and Boston Globe that had endorsed him will find all sorts of reasons to attack him, the predominant one being that he still has an 'R' after his name.
The NY Times? Eleven days later? It was all too easy.