HWFO October 2022 Housekeeping
New merch, new site look, Elon, and a party
October was, I apologize, not a great month for new articles other than an expansion of our Environmental Suite and some fact digging on Nord Stream.
But October did see HWFO migrate into a tabbed index environment covering different topics for easier searching, and also saw us add some new merchandise to the merch store.
It also saw Elon Musk start stealing HWFO’s material, whether he realizes it (yet) or not. Go bomb him with links and maybe I can get hired at New Twitter in the Egregore Department.
I have also decided that despite Claire blocking me on Twitter during one of her pro vax pro lockdown Covid-19 rants, I’m going to attend the Quillette Social in New Orleans in early January. I get a writer’s discount. I know at least one other HWFO reader is going to be there, so if you want to make the trip reach out and we can monopolize a corner of the bar together or try and pick up neotrad girls. Or, if you’re a girl, you can try to pick me up. Information about that is in here someplace:
It’s a little pricey, and I don’t know if the fees include food and drinks or not, but the fees probably keep the rabble out.
Plans are still in the works for the first annual HWFOCon for paid subscribers, but the pool project that never ends has not, in fact, ended so I can’t give a firm date on it yet.
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