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I've just emerged from my going-away party, so I'm a bit wobbly, but there's two new blogs that I want to announce before I hit the sack.

First, there's the Blakely Blog, which is doing its damndest to track the fallout from the Blakely decision. The poor fellow's on Blogspot, but we'll see if we can't help him out soon since he's a CLS student.

At the moment he's got a slight problem. If you look at the site, the entries are coming in two columns. I strongly suspect that the problem is an extra DIV tag that's closed somewhere in his page, which closes off the MainClm column and starts putting entries in the right hand column. However, as I said, I'm just back from my going away party. After enough sake to knock out a small sumo wrestler I'm in no shape to hunt duck, wabbits... or. erm, DIV tags.

So, the Three Years of Hell Help the Helper award goes to the first fellow who spots the extra tag, or whatever else the problem may be, and either tells the Blakely Blog, leaves a comment, or tells me. Either that, or the poor blog has to wait until I'm sober. Don't do this to a man who has such a fine site.

The second blog to announce is Civil Dialogue, which has set itself up on Typepad. Two anonymous bloggers have opened up shop to foster civil blogosphere debate. Both have chosen pseudonyms--they haven't listened to my advice about anonymous blogging--and now go by the names J. Dewey and G. Syme.

How could I not give these guys some linkage? After all, one of them has taken the name of the infamous Gabriel Syme, of Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday...


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