Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Blogging the US election

Shameless plug for my friends over at The Right Student, who have started liveblogging the election already. They've been on since about noon, which by my reckoning means they'll be at it around 17 or 18 hours before we have a result... that is dedication.

I'll start around 10.30pm GMT - which is still around an hour and a half before polls close in the first states (Virginia and Indiana - 12 midnight GMT/ 7pm EST). I'll probably still be going at about 5am GMT (which will be midnight EST - I think, I'm rubbish at conversions!).

So if you want a more conservative, Obama-leaning viewpoint you know where to go. There or Iain Dale's Diary I suppose.

Or you could stay here and tough it out with me. Entirely your call - but I'd enjoy the company!


Benny 4 November 2008 at 18:44  

we'll send you love!

Thanks for the plug hehe.

Arnie 4 November 2008 at 19:14  

Starting at 10.30pm is probably a better idea than blogging for 17 hours.

Oh well.

Caron 4 November 2008 at 20:11  

May be around later - have decided that I should at least try to get some sleep if I have to drive to Glenrothes first thing in the morning.

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