One hates not to dwell only on the negative, so let's start with the good news from the weekend.
The Los Angeles Times on Saturday ran a short story on the spread of the Ted Stevens “series of tubes” quote through the Net.
The New York Times ran a short story as well this morning. (You may need to register for both sites to read the stories).
That's the good news. On the other hand, we note for the record with some chagrin that neither paper reported it was Public Knowledge that originally posted the audio clip to the Net. We didn't do it to embarrass Sen. Stevens, but to give the public an inside view of what can go on at a markup. Just so you know.
Also, Al Kamen in the July 14 Washington Post quoted Stevens, and provided a link to our site. That sort-of counts.
Frank Ahrens in the Washington Post on Sunday had a column on the MySpace.com situation with Andrew Raff's song about Ted Stevens. (I expect to take delivery in a couple of days for a flight suit so that I may ride in the right seat in a black helicopter.)