1) Turkey Week.
It's rare for me to surrender and admit defeat like this, but I stayed away
from the computer the entire holiday weekend and found nothing to excite me
this morning. Rather than gussy up D-list material, I'll take a mulligan and
try again next week.
In the meantime, the blog posts were
2) Last Week's Intercepts.
Intercepts, covered these topics from November 23-29:
AFT: Waiting for Superman "Bombed" at Box Office Because of Our Efforts.
As they ready a tentative February 2011 press release: "And it only won one
Some Master's Degrees Are More Equal Than Others. Master's program
quality might be easier to tackle than teacher quality.
Face the Music. Feds and facelifts.
Quote of the Week.
"Why we fared the way we did three weeks ago is because things weren't
explained enough to people. There is a great need for people to get the full
story." - Carl Fillichio, senior adviser for public affairs and
communications for the U.S. Department of Labor, discussing the mid-term
elections at the International Labor Communications Association convention.