Category Archives: Blogging

An Afternoon With Robert Stark

Matt P. writes: We talk also of Youtuber Luke Ford, and the careful consideration of his own narcissism that has accompanied his alt-right blogging every step of the way. Robert recalls one particular anecdote about Luke walking the streets of … Continue reading

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July 3, 2017 Marked My 20th Anniversary Of Blogging

On July 3, 1997, I bought a real computer for the first time (a PC) for about $1,000, brought it home to the trailer I was renting in Culver City, dialed up to the internet through AOL, and began putting … Continue reading

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Ari Ben Canaan: ‘Towards the Alt Flat Earth Society: The Comment that Got Me Banned from r/altright’

Just as Jews deserve safe spaces where they can avoid the presence of goyim, so too goyim deserve safe spaces where they can avoid the presence of Jews. We should all have freedom of association, in person and online. When … Continue reading

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Last Blogger Standing

I began blogging July 3, 1997, the day I bought my first PC, and I haven’t stopped since. I feel more enthused than ever. One of the rewards of blogging is the people you meet (online and in person). For … Continue reading

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The Life Cycle Of The Blogger

Bloggers start out with exuberance. The hits come in, and the attention and the emails, and the growing circle of acquaintances. At first you get many detractors, but if your work blazes new ground, if you make a contribution, you … Continue reading

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