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Friday, February 27, 2009

Kansas City Blogging and Barbecue

Tyler Cowen:

Battle of the Barbecues, Kansas City: The Kaufmann Foundation brought together many bloggers and many servings of Kansas City barbecue.  (Isn't America a great country?  I met Mark Thoma for the first time and tomorrow we talk about blogging and the future of the world.)  Then we voted, using Borda Point Count.  Tim Kane tells me:

Oklahoma Joe's wins handily.  Arthur Bryant's loses handily.  Others are close.  (Hmmm ... looks like a normal).

It's been fun to meet the people behind the posts. [Update: more here.]

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