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Monday, May 09, 2005

2000 visits

Cambridge Common has hit another meaningful (why? I have no idea) mark: 2000 unique visits. Not bad for only two weeks. Thank you for reading, thank you even more if you have contributed your thoughts to our dialogue. I have had numerous conversations with friends and acquaintances in the real world about conversations we've had in this world, so hopefully we are, in whatever small way, contributing to campus dialogue.

A question for you, the reader: what would you like to hear more about? What lines of discussion have most interested you? Most bored you? What do you wish was covered that isn't?

You know what to do (hint: hit the comment link below).


At 4:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'd like to see a section where the best of all blogs from harvard is mentioned . like a review of some of the best. not just politics but also arts, pubs, music and stuff like that. do u know any other blogs that might cover these? :)


At 11:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to see more opinionated posts that give us fodder to respond to, instead of just "what do you think, bloggerworld?"

At 2:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree with anonymous right above.

a little less action, a little more conversation.

At 12:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

to me, this seems obvious, and people have said it in various comments already, but in light of the shameful conduct surrounding the Ian Nichols - VP discussion, i would just ask people to be respectful of each other. it's one thing to disagree, or to be passionate about one's opinions, but name calling, whether sophisticated or crude in rhetorical style, is simply childish. not only is a forum like this not the place to throw hissy fits or avenge personal vendettas, but the whole purpose of this blog is predicated on an open, welcoming, democratic discussion, the establishment and maintenance of which is undermined by the sort of raw, juvenile hostility displayed in the VP debate.


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