Steamy, aromatic blogroll

Lots o’ links today, as promised.

My favorite of the morning: George Kelly attended nuptials at San Francisco City Hall yesterday. You can guess how come. (Not him, silly, he’s already married.)

Doc Searls has a swell quote from Gandhi: “First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.”

Doug Clifton on bureaucracy gone mad. Glad to see Doug posting again; he took a couple weeks off and it worried me a bit — not that anything bad had happened, just that he had already lost interest in blogging.

Editors’ weblog points to a Slate item amassing most of the major presidential campaign sites. Also, Columbia’s International Journalism awards.

Nicole Stockdale salutes the fact checkers at CJR’s campaign desk.

Tequila Mockingbird has a funny cellphone story.

Newsdesigner parses the SND awards.

Olive Press has an interesting take on “The Passion of the Christ.”

For all you sports folks: Sheila Lennon on changes in the NFL TV sked for next year.

I concur with Side Salad: The Oscars commercials were better than the show.