Category Archives: Blogging

From Proud Feudal Lord To Cringing Courtier

There was a time when I ruled my virtual kingdom (blog) like a feudal lord. I didn’t have to concern myself with integrating into the wider world. I grew my own virtual vegetables. I had my own virtual solar panels. … Continue reading

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Highlights

Here are some of my better blog posts: * Process (Liberals) Vs Ends (Conservatives) (10-23-22) * Wired: The High Cost of Living Your Life Online (10-3-22) * The Nihilism of Illness (8-16-22) * Dearly Beloved (7-30-22) * NYT: How Streaming … Continue reading

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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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