My Recent Tweets
- Unfortunate job description on a sign in the toilets at #London's @DominionTheatre. https://t.co/mAKGPLjqM04 hours ago
- That curly metal tube is the slide I just rode. Reminded me of going through the Holland Tunnel in a convertible.… https://t.co/LmYaEQ9M095 hours ago
- New York has much to learn from #London. Here, you can decide to see a play or musical at 5pm and pay $20 for a great seat at a good one.5 hours ago
I forgot to post this when it was called to my attention last month. Waywire, the news startup backed in part by Cory Booker, has engaged Dan Rather as one of its faces, and in this video segment, Dan Rather calls me one of the “Top Anchors” of the Web.
But it’s what Dan Rather said about me that had me sideshifting from amused to bewildered. I think I confused the fella.
He seems really bewildered by my twitter bio. I mean, it’s an honor just to be noticed, but anytime someone feels obligated to say the phrase “all due respect,” you know they probably don’t have much.
For the record, pop historian is an established term these days. Both the esteemed Simon Schama and Stephen Ambrose have worn the mantle. And I proudly do, too. It allows me to keep talking about the past without having to publish research papers that put people to sleep.
Like I said. It’s an honor to be noticed.
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