March Madness: Boys’ Quarter Finals

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Thanks to everyone who voted in the first round of March Madness. The results were fascinating! We’ve gone from sixteen to eight. The closest match-ups? Liam lost to Archer by just three votes. The biggest trouncing was Eamon, with 83% of the vote compared to St. John’s measly 17%. My biggest disappointment was that Gray […]

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March Madness: Boys’ Opening Round

Place your bets, name aficionados! It’s time for the first-ever March Madness event at Appellation Mountain. Round One matches up the Top Sixteen names from 2010. Vote for your favorite in each of the eight polls below, and check back next week to see who makes the cut for the quarter-finals. We’ll crown the victors […]

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Sunday Summary: 7/19/09

To Twitter or not to Twitter? That is the question faced by every Luddite-turned-blogger. (Yes, it’s true. You can be a technophobe and spend much of your leisure time blogging. I can’t be the only one.) Anyhow, I love the idea of Twitter. So I’m introducing a new series called Yea or Nay, first as […]

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Simple, Sweet and Stuck in the Middle

We’ve written about middle names before. But today, we’ve decided to offer a fairly simple list for your consideration. While many of these are gender neutral, this list was compiled with girls in mind. For decades, parents have stuffed an unimaginative Anne or Lynne between the first and last names. More recently, Grace and Rose […]

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