07 April 2008

Programming Note

We thought we'd find out the results of the College Blogger Contest today, but we didn't. After calling up America's Future Foundation, we were informed one of the judges was a little tardy returning their ballot. We were promised the results would come tomorrow (Tuesday).

We'll be sure and post whatever we find out on the blog ASAP.

News will probably come as we're on our way up Little Cottonwood Canyon for a day of skiing the fresh pow at Alta. The way we look at it, it's a win/win proposition. Even if we don't win the contest, as we suspect, we still get to ski the good snow at the center of the skiing universe.

Thanks again to all of you who have emailed and commented and generally done all you could to make this blog the best it can be (considering the limits of its author). We really do appreciate you and hope you'll continue visiting us here at OL&L to contribute to our ongoing conversational dialectic. We probably won't keep up the same pace we set during the competition 8+ significant posts per week, though you can expect a post for every business day. We started doing a word count for the posts written during the course of the competition. We haven't finished, but it's going to be thousands and thousands of words. And all of them written by us and edited by our brother.

We're also planning making a few OL&L t-shirts for all of our fans to wear to the gym(and for the haters to use to wash their cars). Friend of the blog, Craig Collette, made up a few pleasing-to-the-eye designs which we'll post to the blog later this week for y'all to vote.

Stay tuned. (that should be the our programming motto)

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Anonymous said...

I like how other blogs in the competition added staff toward the end/milked their connection to a newspaper or magazine in order to look more influential/"connected" to the conservative movement at their school.

Either way, good luck.

jody said...

Love the juxtaposition of the skiing jargon and the southern drawl. Best of luck cuz.