I do have every intention of bringing my camera and notebook to the Minneapolis Public Library tomorrow for the poetry reading (that includes Brad Childress). But I will be caring for my three month old son, and I'm not terribly confident navigating Minneapolis, so I may not make it; if I do, however, I will certainly blog the experience.
Football Outsiders has a proven system for predicting the success of NFL quarterbacks: the important college stats are games started and completion percentage.
Pro-football-reference.com looks at the relative importance of positions.
FreeDarko finds that you can still find humor in racial stereotypes.
Insomniac's Lounge notices an awkward comment by David Stern, and Sports Media Watch chronicles Stern's ESPN tour. As a Timberwolves fan, I hate David Stern with the passion of a thousand suns. As a reasonable person, I don't mind him.
Pro Football Talk looks at Cedric Griffin's arrest (and shows exactly the reason their manichaean Turd Watch is so absurd).
Inside Higher Ed continues its great analysis of the Va Tech tragedy from a college issues perspective.
Via 3quarksdaily, Slate reports on a study finding men and women work an equal amount of time, on average.
I'm not resurrecting my failed literary blog entirely, but I have been using it lately to express feeling on Va Tech.