Citing MountainRunner

In the past, I would list blogs linking to MountainRunner according to Technorati, but Technorati is useless, ignoring links caught by Google Alerts. instead, I’ll list books citing the blog. After the fold are some of the top referring sites to MountainRunner for the month of February.

Books citing

In The Strongest Tribe: War, Politics, and the Endgame in Iraq, Bing West cited an interview with Major General Douglas Stone: Battle of the Minds: an interview with Major General Douglas Stone.

In Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President, Doug Wilson cited the post From the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy: no one in PD conducts PD overseas.

In Information Operations–Doctrine and Practice: A Reference Handbook, Chris Paul cited DOD as our public diplomat in Pakistan.

In Enlisting Madison Avenue: The Marketing Approach to Earning Popular Support in Theaters of Operation, Todd Helmus, Chris Paul, and Russell Glenn also cited DOD as our public diplomat in Pakistan.

Select list of referring sites (only domains are shown because to discover the referring page and target page requires too much work on my part; excluded were email domains and search domains):,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and

3 thoughts on “Citing MountainRunner

  1. There you go, page 426. Thanks. Funny, I have two copies of Tom’s book, the galley (where I’m at the top of page 412) and the final and in both I missed the reference to Mountainrunner.

  2. I’m impressed. I can’t think of when I saw a search list like that.Attackerman is a Firedoglake contributing blogger with a regular column, so it’s not like he’s a nobody. Certainly your search return is biased to diplomacy – rather an obvious event in retrospect.

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