We at the PressLog are happy to celebrate having been around for our first 365 days, providing thoughtful, MITP-related content to intelligent, discriminating readers, as well as those unfortunate enough to be misdirected here by some devious search engine. We appreciate you all. To commemorate this milestone we offer you a pixilated birthday cake (left) and some of our favorite entries from the past year.
Like our inaugural post, on the evolutionary psychology debate. Or Tom Kochan’s editorial on jobs and rebuilding after Katrina, dovetailing with Yossi Sheffi's prescription on minimizing business disruption in the hurricane's wake. (The latter includes our favorite photo ever to run on this blog.)
We had rock-star theorists, too: Jean Baudrillard in the Big Apple and Slavoj Zizek on the big screen. Speaking of the movies, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown were celluloid-bound and so was Babylon Babies. There was drinking , driving, and, yes, even drugs . Not to mention sex. And at the end, afterall, there was cruellest fact of life of them all: taxes.
Let us know if we missed any of your favorites. And stick around for another year – maybe when we turn two we’ll have real cake. Maybe.