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Monday, February 20, 2006

summersgate links

As the Summersgate speculation reaches fever pitch, I thought I'd through a few links out there for any of you who, like me, have had to dig around to figure out what in the world is going on.

First, CampusTap is hosting an open discussion blog called Summersville. We'll have more news about CampusTap and Cambridge Common's future soon, but for now suffice to say the site is a cool new space for Harvard blogs.

Second, check out Richard Bradley's blogging on the whole thing. Bradley is the author of Harvard Rules, and is very much anti-Summers. He's also very thorough and collects all of the latest news on what's going on, whether you agree with his opinions or not.

There seems to be a growing consensus that Summers is done, what do you think?


At 12:15 AM, Blogger Deep Throttle said...

put a fork in him.... he's done!


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