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12/10/2005 Archived Entry: "Introducing The Webzine"
IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY MADE ITS ACQUAINTANCE, I'd like to introduce you to The Webzine, a new online publication edited by David M. Brown.
How to describe The Webzine? Well, it's libertarian in philosophy, but eclectic in approach. It refreshingly celebrates life and literature and music and movies as much as freedom.
For a leisurely weekend read, I highly recommend The Webzine's reprint of Jim Powell's "The Battle for the Bill of Rights", a concise history of how the Bill came to exist.
I learned about The Webzine when Brown asked to reprint an article of mine. My curiousity was instantly piqued by the fact that he chose "Learning to Loaf" over any of my political rants.
Since it declares itself to be "for the better sort of person," I'm not sure I'm actually qualified to read The Webzine. Nevertheless, I'm putting it on my regular places-to-visit list.
Posted by Claire @ 02:07 PM CST