You all must know how completely thrilled I am about this newest development in the Presidential campaign.
I'll let Larry tell you about it himself.
Posted by Lisa at July 12, 2003 01:31 PM | TrackBack
A new guest blogger: Howard Dean
Yesterday, I completed a draft of a new book. Tomorrow, Bettina and I leave for our first vacation in a very long time (and, as we expect, the last vacation the two of us will take alone in a very long time).
So it is time for me to take a break from this space too. But Iíve arranged for a much more interesting guest blogger while Iím gone: former governor, and presidential candidate, Howard Dean.
This is, I believe, the first time a presidential candidate has been a guest blogger. But it is an obvious extension of blogs and the process of becoming President. Campaigns are all about meeting different groups and talking about ideas. Where better than a blog?
I have great respect for Governor Dean, and especially the clarity of his voice. I have even greater respect now that I see the doctor makes house calls. So Governor, welcome to this tiny server at Stanford: Youíll find perfect acoustics provided by MovableType, and an interesting mix of views provided by the readers.
And to everyone else, enjoy the week of something totally different. Dean is on starting Monday. I should be back the week following.
One ground rule: Iíve had a policy of not editing comments of others, regardless of abusiveness. That is not my policy for my guests. You may disagree with the views you read here. But if you are reading them here, then you at least should respect the fact that they are being expressed here. It is important to me that blog-space everywhere become a place where more of this kind of conversation can occur. So trolls, please save your abuse for my return.