Two mailings this week, this is more like it.
I am really pissed at the NY Times. Although I need to send a letter to the local postmaster (and hope he responds) confirming that the delay in receiving the papers is not the prison's doing.
Today I finally received Sunday and Monday. These papers usually arrived on Tuesday.
It is difficult to maintain a disciplined approach to reading when they are arriving so haphazardly.
I did scan Monday's paper and came across an interesting tidbit about Virgil Griffith. Have you been to his site? WikiScanner. The article on page 6 of the Business Section, mentions how this new site can trace back who makes changes to entries at Wikipedia.
I love this sentence: "Mr. Griffith's web site exposed dozens of interesting changes to Wikipedia entries that had been traced to computers at government agencies like the C.I.A., as well as to corporate..."
Can we get an example of "interesting changes" by the C.I.A.?