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February 10, 2005

Tempus Fugit

As you may have noticed, both on the blog and if you've sent me any email, I'm behind on just about everything. Sorry, I'll be writing about what's been going on sometime today or tomorrow.

Luckily, though, Earl Appleby reminds me that voting for the cyberCatholics blog awards ends tomorrow at noon. Dust in the Light has been nominated in the political and social commentary categories. I'm way behind in both, but when it comes to St. Blogs, I'm the guy who arrives late and sits in front, so I'm happy just to have been nominated.

Incidentally, Earl's got a number of interesting posts up, so it's worth your while to poke stroll around his blog if Times Against Humanity is not a regular stop for you.

Posted by Justin Katz at February 10, 2005 3:09 PM
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Hi Justin:

As I have noted in a recent weblog entry, the problem with the social commentary category is that not everyone in the five really contributes much original social commentary. Basically, these are things where people get nominated for categories where they do not belong. And in the social commentary category, of the five listed it should be a three way race between your weblog Dust in the Light, Southern Appeal, and my weblog Rerum Novarum. Those are the only three in the category that actually have original commentary on social/societal issues and do not post the common canned responses on issues. But I digress.


Posted by: I. Shawn McElhinney at February 10, 2005 3:35 PM