Saturday, January 5, 2008

Just the FAQs

"Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!"

One would expect readers to be full of questions about what's going on here, and what it has to do with ejectejecteject.com. This post attempts to address those questions. As other questions come along, this post will be edited to address them as well.


"In the beginning was the Word"

The E!3 community exists due to the creative talents of Bill Whittle. His essays have resonated strongly with those who value the principles at the heart of Western Civilization, including Freedom, Reason, and Honor. The response has been nothing short of overwhelming. So he asked some of the core members of the E!3 community to create a place separate from the essays themselves, wherein we can discuss them, as well as other items in the news. The idea is to free him to concentrate on writing more great essays, so he won't feel the need to write more frequently, but in the process give up on his high standards of quality.

We won't limit ourselves to talking about Bill's essays; we'll find other things to talk about too. But whenever there's a new essay on ejectejecteject.com, you'll see a link to it here.


"Does anybody really know what time it is?"

You may wonder at the time stamps on posts here. You may wonder where "here" is. Although the vast majority of us are in the US at any given time, the administrators of the site have chosen to use GMT for all times and dates. That means the day begins 5 hours earlier here than in the MainScream Media centers of New York City and Washington, DC (4 in the summer).

1 comment:

  1. Outstanding and about time!
    Andrea/QTR Smackdown

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