Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Announcing NNN Campaign Mode

by Kyle Michaelis
I have no illusions about my inability to cover everything that happens in Nebraska politics. More importantly, I'm very well aware that there's a lot going on about which I simply don't have anything all too terribly insightful to say. Generally, I use that as an excuse to type nothing at all on a particular subject because I don't want to waste your time or mine with an endless stream of links to other sites offering no independent and substantive content or commentary of my own.

Still, a lot of stuff slips through the cracks because of this standard to which I generally try to hold the New Nebraska Network. As such, though it violates my entire purpose for this site and my every goal as a writer, I'm going to try and do a little better job of covering the endless wealth of news that will be coming at us over the two months until the November election. In my own eyes, I'll undoubtedly be sacrificing quality for quantity, but - no doubt - some readers will appreciate a little more brevity in my postings and a lot less of my particular brand of BS.

Note that I still hope to write actual articles predominately, but they will sometimes be supplanted by tidbits, factoids, witticisms, and random comments about which I have historically been quite vigilant in avoiding. Such are the demands of modern democracy's campaign pressure cooker. Not that putting in my two cents is essential in the slightest, but there are plenty of issues that deserve increased attention and added exposure, as I hope to do what little I can to encourage discussion of these matters here and - more importantly - in the real world.


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