Okay. The time has come to let you all in on some changes forthcoming soon in my life and on this blog. Most notably, I’m leaving my job at The American Prospect to take a position at The Atlantic Monthly where my primary responsibility is going to be . . . producing this blog. If you read Andrew Sullivan’s site — which is now part of the Atlantic web operation — that’s a very good model for how this is going to work. In short, however, there’s actually relatively little to expect in terms of changes. The site will have a snazzy new design (featuring, among other things, Atlantic branding, but no cartoon) and a new URL, but the current URL will redirect you automatically to the new one, and people who subscribe to RSS feeds shouldn’t need to change anything. You can expect the same eclectic mix of politics and other stuff that you’ve come to expect, though in exchange for a salary I think I’m going to try harder to avoid typos.