So I check out the Flagpole online almost every week to kinda keep up with some of the news from the Classic City. One thing I have (apparently) been missing is Mr. Waddell's column, "A Million Monkeys." It is a column about the Internet, and he starts off with a statement like "the Internet is like a karaoke bar..." and todays edition starts out "the internet is like ametuer poetry".
I did a search and checked out some of Mr. Waddell's archives for the column. I didn't see a thing in there about the actual Classic City Cyberspace. Nothing on Publius & DoubleDawg, Hillary, JMac, GP, Lefty & Co at A La Gauche, the fellas at QKS, or anything I could see about anyone else who attaches to the blogosphere in Flagpole's geographic vicinity - nothing.
Maybe I just didn't go far enough back in the archives to see it. If that's the case, I'd love to link to that particular article. But it would seem to me (as a former contributor) that the Flagpole, as grassrootsy as they are, would be more than interested to hear from their fellow hometown journalists. With all the links they provide for local bands and organizations, I can't think of a real reason they wouldn't want to add something about their local blogosphere.
That's my question, anyways...