December 31, 2004

American Digest, 2004: The Condensed Version


A look back at what seems, for now, to be worth keeping. I've lost track of how many entries there have been in the last year, but I am determined that there will be fewer in the future -- at least by me. That's the good news. The other news is that, as is common in this medium, I've compiled a list of what seems to me to be of more than passing interest from the last year's entries.

I don't think that many will approve of everything on this list, much less that they will pay attention to more than a small fraction of it. Still, the Web's first and last strength will remain 'The List,' so here's my small contibution:

And that's the total for 2004. See you on the flip side.

Posted by Vanderleun at December 31, 2004 1:58 PM
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Slap a couple of covers on that and get it on
Amazon man.

Posted by: Steel Turman at December 31, 2004 6:19 PM