Caption from our September 2004 post "To sleep perchance to blog": Classic pajama in silky satin charmeuse with a subtle luster. An everyday luxury, for sleeping or blogging, from Victoria's Secret. See also "Just a gal sitting in our living room in our virtual pajamas."
"With hats off to Glenn Reynolds, our Army of Davids is disintermediating the old-boy networks via the Internet and laying waste to the enemies of freedom. Twitter at will!" we wrote in the comments to Prof. Jacobson's concise, terse, pithy tongue-in-cheek putdown of the media powers that were:
Talk about dominance of the Internet.
Patrick Ruffini has an article in The Washington Post, which relates how Republicans won the internet in the Scott Brown election.
AND the article flew in over his virtual transom Saturday noon, a day before the WaPo's official publication date, via author Patrick Ruffini's tweet. How apt. 'Course Pajamas Media scooped the Post by days with its exclusive pair of columns by Prof. Jacobson and ourselves covering the beat last Wednesday and Thursday. Flashback to September 17, 2004:
Jonathan Klein, former CBS news executive: It's an important moment, because you couldn't have a starker contrast between the multiple layers of checks and balances, and a guy sitting in his living room in his pajamas writing what he thinks.