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Sunday, March 02, 2008

An unlikely blogger

Mark Bittman has this piece in today's Times about his effort to observe a "secular Sabbath" - - a day free of (among other things) email and internet.  He describes his fight against the temptation to check his email just before sleeping and immediately upon waking, as well as his frustration at reading the news without hyperlinks.  As I begin this guest-blogging stint, I must give full disclosure:  I am the antithesis of Bittman.  No need for me to institute a "secular Sabbath," as I check my email infrequently on weekends and prefer my newspaper in hard copy.  Needless to say, I don't fit the profile of a typical blogger.  Nonetheless, I look forward to these next few weeks at PrawfsBlawg.  Who knows?  By the end of it, I may find myself having to institute a "secular Sabbath."

Posted by Amy Barrett on March 2, 2008 at 09:02 PM | Permalink

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