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Milbank's 'Rough Sketch'

One of the great things about working at the Washington Post are the people you get to interact with on a daily basis.

And then there's Dana Milbank.

The Fix kids!

On a serious note, if you don't know Dana and his work you should. Dana is one of the most gifted observers of the political scene writing these days -- not to mention the fact he is just downright hilarious and a darn good cubicle mate.

While a lot of people read his "Washington Sketch" almost daily in the Washington Post, Dana is expanding his empire into the online world these days with a blog called "Rough Sketch".

"Rough Sketch" is, well, whatever Dana wants it to be, which is a good thing for us. Sometimes it's a preview of the longer Sketch that will appear in the next day's paper; sometimes it's a vignette or two from Dana that is purely for the online audience; and sometimes it's even a bit of video commentary from Dana -- often filmed by wunderkind Emily Freifeld.

Bookmark it. Trust us -- everyone needs a little more Dana in their life.

By Chris Cillizza  |  March 19, 2008; 2:27 PM ET
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