The Groundblog spies its shadow.
Just a few more days, and our national NaBloPoMo-induced nightmare will be over.
As soon as I saw the word “NaBloPoMo”, it was all over but the crying. And the posting of blog entries. But that’s going to take a while. Thirty days, by my reckoning.
Sometimes the real world crumbles and falls apart, and we need the virtual world to help us keep our shit together.
It seems like the Huffington Post is banking on the idea that if they get enough famous people to write for them, people will have no choice but to read at least some of their posts.
The whole “bloggers vs. journalists” debate feels insanely remote to me, but it’s not hard to understand why it often seems to be the only topic of discussion.
I had totally forgotten that today was to be the “official” launch date for the site until I heard a plug for it on the radio.
Or, Josh gives in and starts blogging about blogs. Bloggity blog blog.
Best weblog I’ve run into lately: The Cheese Diaries. Yum.
I often wonder how I managed to spend four years at some high-falutin’ college and somehow emerge with absolutely no understanding of how to analyze a text in a coherent manner.