And we get a fab new design to go with the new issue of the magazine (but they wouldn't pay for a new cartoon, so you're stuck with me and the beagles and the red-haired mystery for a while yet). This will be the last post before the new design goes up. Refresh your cache if the page seems old.

For the record, I hate redesigns, as we all do. But this redesign is one of the coolest you'll see: a return to the style of the 1950s with a very 21st Century edge. The new issue also has a stunner of a piece by Hanna Rosin, Jeffrey Goldberg's advice column, Fallows at his best and my first attempt to write a long-form essay about the meaning of blogging as a medium and message. The Great Michael Hirschorn too!

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