Category Archives: Blogging

Looking For You: An Analysis Of Video Blogs

This is an article published in 2010: * As the blogosphere expanded, some — often bloggers themselves — suggested that blogs would replace elements of mainstream media (Levy, 2002). This is an overstatement when one bears in mind communications history … Continue reading

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The Vlogosphere and its Enemies (6-17-21)

00:00 The blogosphere and its enemies, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=140227 03:00 Luke’s appearance on Warski Live 1-25-18, https://rumble.com/vinbbr-identities-in-western-civilization-jf-gariepy-andy-warski-luke-ford-vee-1-2.html 1:32:00 Pathological altruism 1:33:30 Catholic corruption 1:40:00 Luke upsets the internet by opposing porn 1:42:00 Letting go of sexual obsession 1:53:20 Luke Ford — the … Continue reading

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The blogosphere and its enemies: the case of oophorectomy

Professor Stephen Turner writes in The Sociological Review in 2013: * The blogosphere is loathed and feared by the press, expert-opinion makers, and representatives of authority generally. Part of this is based on a social theory: that there are implicit … Continue reading

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Figureheads, ghost-writers and pseudonymous quant bloggers: The recent evolution of authorship in science publishing

According to Wikipedia: “Bruce Graham Charlton is a retired British medical doctor and was Visiting Professor of Theoretical Medicine at the University of Buckingham.[1] Until April 2019, he was Reader in Evolutionary Psychiatry at Newcastle University.[2] Charlton was editor of … Continue reading

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Modafinil Is The Official Drug Of The Rationalist Movement

The New York Times has finally published its long boring piece on Slate Star Codex and its psychiatrist author, Scott Alexander Suskind. That led me to revisit the blog and its new substack and to realize that Modafinil, a wonderful … Continue reading

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