Drudge Report just keeps getting more and more whacked out http://t.co/GZ0Y1NfahP pic.twitter.com/K8xyPz92wJ — Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) September 12, 2014
Category Archive for 'Blogosphere'
Andrew Sullivan Alex Pareene gets it mostly right. The thing is, readers haven’t supported most bloggers the way they did Andrew Sullivan, and at least a little bit of click bait becomes necessary to keep the lights on.
The goddess Athenae’s First Draft, one of my very favorite blogs, is celebrating ten years of bloggy goodness by holding a fundraiser. Please throw her a few bucks if you can spare it! Wonderful writing, wonderful music, great people.
I didn’t know Aaron Swartz, but I knew some of his friends — and of course I knew all about his work. It was hard to be an online activist and not cross paths with him somewhere: Creative Commons, Demand Progress, Progressive Change Campaign Committee, and so on. Everyone knew Aaron was the David who […]
She seems to have deleted the really blatant lying ones, but: Anti-gun extremists prove once again that they're completely unhinged. Targeting children, my children? Grotesque. — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 25, 2014 People like @SusieMadrak are why I don't post photos of my kids and keep their info private. I'm completely creeped out. — Dana […]
I’m sure they will find something else to be outraged about by tomorrow!
That poor little kid.
Melissa over at Shakesville writes about what it’s like to speak out on the internet about women’s issues: Women who are mothers gets threats against their children. Women who are abortion doctors get the addresses of their practices, of their homes, published and disseminated. Women are threatened according to their every individual vulnerability, and their […]
Comcast Says It’s Going To Slap All Of Its Customers With Data Caps, Makes Half-Hearted Attempt To Walk Back Earlier Statements When Backlash Kicks In (via Techdirt) Comcast, perhaps feeling a bit too confident about its chances to swallow up Time Warner Cable, is talking about rolling out data caps to all of its subscribers. […]
The Philadelphia internet hub is hosed again. Sometimes I can get it, and sometimes I can’t. Grr!