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Huckleberries Online -- 6/16/06

3:56 p.m., All right. I've completely gone through the links on my various blogrolls. Under North Idaho Blogroll, inactive links appear to be: Digital Fog, Forum Garden, That's Life, Life Goes On, Third Millennium, To Blog Or Not To Blog, and Vandal Sense (not that Sammy's one of us). Inactive "Friends": Barb's Shop, I Am Always Right, Josef's Public Journal, and Sagebrush Patriot (with Spovegas on the list because he's dropped his link to Huckleberries). Question: What should I do with the less-than-active? Al Turtle, Idaho Kennedys, Golly Gals, Idaho Native, and Patty Duke. Inquiring minds want to know. Deletions coming next week.


1:23 p.m., HBO found the link to the complete post by "Public Eye," the CBS News blog, re: the SR experiment in live Webcasting newsroom huddles here.

1:02 p.m., Don't forget to check out the Webcam of construction activity at the new library site that Councilman MikeK passed along to HBO here. (It upgrades every 30 seconds or so, I believe.)

11:18 a.m., My wife has received word that my niece, Army National Guard Lt. Hannah Coombe of Big Sur, Calif., is now deployed for the next year in Afghanistan. And that she was excited to go and see another culture. God bless her and keep her.

10:57 a.m., Page-Views for the first 15 days of June: 67,981, for a daily average of 4532; unique views: 34,166, for a daily average of 2278. Down a bit. But it's summer. Sorta.

10:45 a.m., Gotta kick outta that front-page juxtaposition today, featuring my friend Rachel Oestreicher Bernheim bringing her human-rights show to Orient, Wash., on one side of the divide and former Sandpoint racist Richard Bertollini mulling a plea bargain to go to jail for six months for DUI No. 3 and fleeing justice. The good guys are winning.

10:30 a.m., for the first time in mebbe two months, since the primary campaign started in earnest, I have a fairly free Friday to complete print Huckleberries, and catch up on some online tasks, like culling through the HBO blogrolls to see who stays and who goes or is moved down.




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.










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