by Conor Friedersdorf

Before Andrew Sullivan returns and I descend back into the realm of the underblogger, I wanted to thank everyone for an enjoyable few weeks, especially those of you who took the time to email feedback. I read every last message I'm sent, and I wish time permitted me to compose lengthy replies to everyone.

Going forward, you're all welcome to contact me any time, whether via my Twitter feed @conor64 or by e-mail at conor.friedersdorf@gmail.com -- and to those who inquired about following my work off The Daily Dish, I'll happily add anyone interested to the weekly e-mail I send out if you e-mail me with "add" in the subject line.

Finally, if you're looking to support the work done here and elsewhere at The Atlantic, it's always a good time to subscribe. I'll leave all of you, and especially those of you who've followed the conversation about higher education and elites, with an old David Brooks essay on what he called "The Organization Kid."

See you next time.

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