Contrary to popular belief, I have not been locked in an underwater Dutch prison these past few months, denied access to the Internet and tortured with readings from the Dullest Blog in the World.
No, instead I have been shuttling myself between two large east coast cities, talking to a lot of people and recovering from 5 months of intensive campaign work at Wesley Clark for President.
I have just returned to NYC (again), only to leave (again) for Washington D.C. on Wednesday and back to NYC this Friday to catch a plane for Austin, TX to speak at SXSW. I’ll be back in NYC and catch yet another train to D.C. to speak at the Politics Online conference at GWU on the 19th. I have not had a chance to breathe but have caught up on 5 months of unread New Yorker magazines (yay).
On a related note, I will be looking for a cheap, decent, short-term sublet in the D.C. area. If you have some leads besides the amazing Craigslist, drop me a note and let me know. I’m keeping my apartment in Brooklyn (still subletted) because I expect to return to NYC later this year. I also expect to be coming back to NYC on a pretty frequent basis.
I’m going to get back into the mode of writing here regularly, but it may take me a few weeks to get settled. More details to come.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at March 7, 2004 06:21 PM