August 5, 2005

Today and the immediate future.

It's a beautiful day here in Madison, and we Madison bloggers convened at Mother Fool's at 10 a.m. to talk, blog, and photograph. That last post was done from MoFo's, but I'm back home now, with over 250 photos to cull, some from the café and a lot from the Willy Street area between MoFo's and Café Zoma. It's going to take me a while to get things into bloggable form, but if you've been wondering why Althouse doesn't have more photos from the East Side, just wait.

And here's another bit of news about future Althouse blogging: I'll be guest-blogging on Instapundit all next week -- with Michael Totten and Megan McArdle (just like last fall, but without the big presidential campaign to dominate our attention). I'll still be posting here, though. Noticing bloggable things will take on the more complex form of needing to think about what should go there and what should go here. At the very least, the Amsterdam Notebook series will continue here.

4 comments:

Brendan said...

Congrats. Start working on your "heh" and "indeed" links.

Dean said...

It will be interesting to observe any differences in style. I think I noticed a little when you subbed for Glenn on MSNBC.com. earlier in the year.

Ann Althouse said...

I think part of the fun is being different from Glenn, but at the same time I don't really feel as free and at home as I do here. The MSNBC gig is different, because you just do three or four posts for the whole week. Instapundit seems to be more about lots of short posts. But with two co-bloggers it will be inherently different, but easier to end up with lots of posts.

James d. said...

It's nice when you and the others get to guest-blog, particularly on something like Instapundit, which is representative of a style of blogging even more than it is just a guy named Glenn blogging. So to have a twist on the concept for a week is a cool thing to see.