Category Archives: Blogging

Making Friends Online

Justin Murphy blogs: The best way to build community and make friends on the internet is to treat all internet interlocutors as if they are real humans in a real-life, local village. If you do this, over time many people … Continue reading

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The Second Golden Age of Blogging

Justin Murphy writes: If the First Golden Age of Blogging saw the blog as a public amplifier of creative, intellectual talent ensconced in professional careers, today we are living through a Second Golden Age of Blogging, where the blog is … Continue reading

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From Blogosphere to Vlogosphere

Anatoly Karlin writes: times the views as writing out a more labor intensive and K-selected blog post. The Alt Right child prodigy “soph” – recently profiled by Mr. Bernstein – is currently just shy of a million subscribers on YouTube. … Continue reading

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Mommy Bloggers, #MeToo, & The Incel Threat

* An Open Letter to John Brennan * NYT: ‘A French Novelist Imagined Sexual Dystopia. Now It’s Arrived.’ * From People magazine: Author Kelly Oxford, Who Started #NotOkay, Claims Her Ex-Husband Once Threw a Phone at Her Head Kelly Oxford … Continue reading

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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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