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Friday, July 28, 2006

Al Franken live

Posted By on Fri, Jul 28, 2006 at 10:14 AM

As we've mentioned Al Franken will be doing his radio show from 11 to 2 today at Rumba. It looks like I'll take a turn sometime in the show's last half-hour, by the way. If you're interested in the Franken show, but can't catch the show on KDXE because you have a boss who doesn't hold with talk shows during work hours, I'm informed that a local blogger, Out of the Loop, plans live blogging of the show.

But here's a question: Does the state computer system block access to blogs? Or maybe just our blog? We heard yesterday from a state employee unable to access the Arkansas Blog on her state computer, though she can access the Arkansas Times home page. Can anybody offer any insight from his or her own state agency?


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