Monthly Archives: June 2006

State of Sunshine Gets Pub on O’Blog

A third blog has joined the chorus welcoming me to the blogosphere. Bob O’Malley writes about Orlando (and central Florida) happenings over at O’Blog. Where there is birth, there must be death. And vice versa. So as we say goodbye … Continue reading

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Murman v Storms — the TV War has begun

I saw my first Sandy Murman commercial tonight. Looks like she bought BrightHouse cable for this (although I am not in that district). [The commercial is available in WMV format on Sandy’s website .] Here is the text: Opening shot … Continue reading

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State of Sunshine Gets Pub on St Petersblog

Peter Schorch at St. Petersblog has joined the welcome wagon, with more-than-kind words about this new venture of mine: He’s been such a frequent poster on this blog that I didn’t even notice that Jim Johnson set up his own … Continue reading

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A quick update on the light rail issue

The Tampa Rail blog has a great post about the Tampa Bay Partnership’s call for action to create the Tampa Bay Regional Transportation Authority. The Partnership posted a full page ad on the last day of the 2006 Legislative Session … Continue reading

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My Take on Net Neutrality

NewsHour had a great debate tonight about the ongoing debate in Washington on the future of the Internet. At first blush, the position of Google, Amazon, Microsoft, eBay, and others seems logical. Efforts by the oligopoly that controls the bulk … Continue reading

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GOP Selection Committee to Visit Tampa

Our lovely City of Tampa, a finalist for the 2008 Republican National Convention, will be screened this August. The following release from the Tampa Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau was passed along to me (emphasis added): Extraordinary events require extraordinary … Continue reading

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