Change Clothes And Go

So next week, I'll be in Aspen with the fam for the Ideas Festival. (Prepping my "Don't embarrass me in front of 'dem white folks" lecture for Samori and his cousin as we speak.) I'm going take that opportunity to bring in a few guest-posters. The roster will include Alyssa Rosenberg, Adam Serwer, Neil Drumming, Eyal Press and Dwayne Betts.

Lotta geeks. Lotta blacks. Lotta Jews. And...lotta dudes. Sorry folks. I'll do better next time. Still, it should be fun.

UPDATE:
I hasten to add, that I'll still be posting. Not quite as much, but I won't forsake you.

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