"Blogs" They're Called. You Might Have Heard of Them.
You know what I never get tired of? I never get tired of discussing the impact that "web logs" (sometimes known as "blogs") had on the election.
I kid. I would rather have Paris Hilton's stilettos driven underneath my fingernails than use the words "exit" and "poll" in the same sentence ever again. Of course, nothing makes a little exit polling go down easier than alcohol, which is why -- despite all good sense -- I will be on a "free-for-all," drunken panel this evening to discuss. . . "DID BLOGS TIP ELECTION 2004?" It's a bar, and you can come, if you're into that kind of thing. Details after the jump.
A free-for-all discussion on the role of blogs and politics featuring Wonkette's Ana Marie Cox, blogger and University of Chicago political scientist Daniel Drezner, blogger and George Washington University political scientist Henry Farrell, The American Prospect's Michael Tomasky, moderated by Reason's Nick Gillespie.
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres to follow remarks and Q&A.
Thursday, November 18
WHERE (note new location): Porter's Dining Saloon, 1207 19th St. NW, (19th and M Street), Washington, DC