What Peg saw at the revolution

PNoonan.jpgWe like how, after the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre of Eason Jordan, the WSJ’s Peggy Noonan has discovered the existence and virtues of blogging. Today’s piece reads a bit like a parent lecturing her kids on the fact that there’s this thing called the “internet,” how it’s really, really neat, and how it can revolutionize stodgy old reporting (glass houses, Peg, but thanks for the points). It’s damn near touching to see the un-hippest broadsheet in the city allowing its chief philosopher to sing its own eventual death knell. So thanks for discovering us, Peg, even if you’ve chosen to ignore the fact that most of us doing this have no business stringing sentences together.