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February 09, 2006

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Sarah McCue

Hi there.

Love your site - especially the photo of Carol Channing and John Roberts - gasp. Anyway, ours - www.TheRememberingSite.org - is a new non-profit organization that allows anyone anywhere to easily write, store, share, and print their life story.

The site offers on online autobiography that you complete by answering from one to one thousand questions about your life. We also feature completed biographies from interesting people from around the planet.

We spent the past two years defining and refining the site so that it responds to the needs of our - wonderful, awesome, helpful - focus group. I'd love to know what you and your readers think of the site.

I'm the founder of The Remembering Site and am trying to get the word out about what we're trying to do. I realize yours is a political / judicial commentary site but your readers have interesting lives and need to be encouraged to write their life stories, no?

Please consider linking to us and / or creating a small box on your website that donates tax-deductible advertising to good non-profits like ours.

Thanks for considering linking to us.

Best to you,

Sarah McCue

Hi there.

Love your site. Especially the photo of Carol Channing and John Roberts - gasp. Anyway, ours - www.TheRememberingSite.org - is a new non-profit organization that allows anyone anywhere to easily write, store, share, and print their life story.

The site offers on online autobiography that you complete by answering from one to one thousand questions about your life. We also feature completed biographies from interesting people from around the planet.

We spent the past two years defining and refining the site so that it responds to the needs of our - wonderful, awesome, helpful - focus group. I'd love to know what you think of the site.

I'm the founder of The Remembering Site and am trying to get the word out about what we're trying to do. I realize yours is a political / judicial commentary site but your readers have interesting lives and need to be encouraged to write their life stories, no?

Please consider linking to us and / or creating a small box on your website that donates tax-deductible advertising to good non-profits like ours.

Thanks for considering linking to us.

Best to you,

Sarah McCue


NYC'er

I could care less about Wonkette. That site is way overrated, and like others (see "default" post) I hope that UTR doesn't devolve into a re-report of Wonkette content. I'm frankly more than a little concerned about the future of UTR -- at least, the UTR I grew to know and love over the past several months. For now, UTR gets the benefit of the doubt, but I already visit this blog less often than I did pre-November-ID-unveiling and have lowered my expectations about what I'll find when I do visit.

Citation Whore

But this isn't quite like that -- these posts are actually things that would be of interest to UTR readers. They could just as easily have been posted on this blog; it's essentially a form of "cross-posting." It's not like when a law prof reaches out to cite some totally irrelevant article that he wrote way back when.

default

Quit linking to Wonkette! You look just like those horrible academics who only cite themselves. See Akhil Amar.

Loweeel

Ronald Rotunda said that he thinks that Stevens would be retiring soon. He said that he would LOVE to see Janice Rogers Brown on SCOTUS.

Richard

A3G,

It has been widely reported that your creator is now one of the two new writers for Wonkette.

Does this mean that you are intimately related to one-half of Wonkette? ;)

What is the difference, if any, between your views and those expressed by Wonkette?

Matt

Yeah, I'd be pretty skeptical of anything you read on that site you linked.

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