Tuesday, January 20, 2009
# Posted 12:01 AM by Ariel David Adesnik
Since November 4, I have been considering where to go next. I haven't really made a decision yet. I've returned on a part-time basis to my old job as a policy analyst. But for the first time, I want to dedicate a significant percentage of working hours to writing, both in print and online. In the past, blogging was always a project for my after-work hours. That is probably the most important reason I was never able to blog as much after finishing graduate school.
Effective tomorrow, I will be posting both on OxBlog and on Conventional Folly, the headline blog for DoubleThink magazine. DoubleThink is sponsored by America's Future Foundation, which describes itself as "the premier non-profit network of young conservative and libertarian leaders, nationwide." The chance to work with some of these people is one of the most important reasons I wanted to be part of DoubleThink and Conventional Folly. On that note, I'd also like to give a shout-out to DoubleThink's editor, Cheryl Miller, who asked me to join the blog. Cheryl served a while back as a White House speechwriter, in addition to being remarkably intelligent and talented.
My plan for the moment is to cross-post all of my DoubleThink posts here at OxBlog, so this can still be a one-stop shop for my writing. Nice and easy. Glad to be back.(0) opinions -- Add your opinion
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