RCP's New Look

Our friends at Real Clear Politics have unveiled a new look for their website. I like the new look a lot, and find it both easier on the eye and more convenient to access the various excellent resources RCP provides for the poltiical junky. I don't really think it is possible to be a political professional and not make use of RCP.

The New York Sun has a brief item on the changes at RCP, making public the information that it has new funding. John McIntyre, who edits the site along with Tom Bevan, appeared yesterday on Hugh Hewitt's show, and the stomach—churning prospect of updating a website (a topic much on my mind) was discussed. The radioblogger.com transcript is well worth reading.

We wish RCP the best in building the go—to site for politics even further, as the internet information industry evolves.

Thomas Lifson   3 15 06

 

Our friends at Real Clear Politics have unveiled a new look for their website. I like the new look a lot, and find it both easier on the eye and more convenient to access the various excellent resources RCP provides for the poltiical junky. I don't really think it is possible to be a political professional and not make use of RCP.

The New York Sun has a brief item on the changes at RCP, making public the information that it has new funding. John McIntyre, who edits the site along with Tom Bevan, appeared yesterday on Hugh Hewitt's show, and the stomach—churning prospect of updating a website (a topic much on my mind) was discussed. The radioblogger.com transcript is well worth reading.

We wish RCP the best in building the go—to site for politics even further, as the internet information industry evolves.

Thomas Lifson   3 15 06