Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Holy shit. You have to read this to believe it.

Wall Street Journal:
Bloggers Consider Forming Labor Union
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A loosely formed coalition of left-leaning bloggers are trying to band together to form a labor union they hope will help them receive health insurance, conduct collective bargaining or even set professional standards.

The effort is an extension of the blogosphere's growing power and presence, especially within the political realm, and for many, evokes memories of the early labor organization of freelance writers in the early 1980s.

Organizers hope a bloggers' labor group will not only showcase the growing professionalism of the Web-based ...


The moontards actually think that they should be getting money for typing up "BU$H SUCKS!!!!" on their little MacintoshBooks. You want healthcare? Then get a real job, you hippies. Stop leeching off the welfare state. And just how in God's name are you going to determine who qualifies? The people with the most pageviews? The most trackbacks? The most words? Any retard with fingers could become a blogger. Maybe that's their plan. Maybe they're trying to enact socialism. Just give everybody free money. Make the economy go kablooey. I'm dying over here, folks.

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Sunday, July 29, 2007

So Bill O's going all Rambo on the moontards over at the Daily Kos and they fight back the only way they know how, by sending a bunch of whiny e-mails to his advertisers. I didn't think there could be a rivalry lamer than that Donald Trump/Rosie O'Donnell catfight, but there you go.

current mood: smug
current music: flaming lips - yoshimi battles the pink robots pt. 2

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

It's not often that I find myself agreeing with the Bernsteins over at the Washington Post, but columnist Charles Krauthammer is right on the money when he says that conservative blogs are “more analytical and restrained” while “the more liberal blogs are a lot more pungent and profane." See, while the moontards are content to screech and whine about the big bad Bush Administration, we conservative bloggers discuss the important issues that concern the world as well as the fallacies of the mainstream media in a rational, civilized manner.

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Saturday, April 21, 2007


some pinko on daily kos admits he fucked up but still manages to throw in a jab at bush john hinderaker of power line dresses in a suit to talk about blogs humor blog wonkette can't take a joke michelle malkin wants you to check out this awesome tattoo atrios broke my browser so fuck him i thought andrew sullivan was gay so why is he posting pictures of victoria's secret models??? instapundit glenn reynolds can't wait to get his hands on "blogger and podcaster" magazine huffington post links to the unfunniest video in the history of the universe both top headlines on drudge are about hillary clinton someone on talking points memo asks "what will the pundits say?" as if he's not a pundit himself i'm beginning to think the hipsters on boing boing have a fetish for goatse

current mood: neutral
current music: talking heads - life during wartime

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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Jesus Christ, Robert Scoble. This post is pretty much the #1 tech blogger in a nutshell:

Scoble 2.0 to ship at TechCrunch 20?

Heh, our kid is due on September 17. Mike Arrington, founder of TechCrunch, thought that was a good date to hold TechCrunch 20 (I’m one of the people advising the conference). I’m not getting paid or anything for this effort, just doing it cause I see a lot of interesting companies in my work and would like to help Mike out. It’s going to be a great time to ship. Babies or companies. You choose.


current mood: irritated
current music: the kinks - 20th century man

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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Alright, I promise this will be the latest tech-blog post for a while but this is just insane. Some web-2-poindexter thinks that the definition of "blog" should be changed to include reader comments as a necessity:

I believe the term “blog” means more than an online journal. I believe a blog is a conversation. People go to blogs to read AND write, not just consume.... Should the definitions of “blog” be revised to exclude journals that do not allow reader comments? Yeah, absolutely.

"I believe the term “blog” means more than an online journal." Well too bad nerdilinger because that's what it is. Does he even know that blog is short for "web log"?? I mean jesus christ. I want to know what the hell kind of drugs they have over in Silicone Valley where they think a comments section filled with vapid mouth-breathers posting a bunch of liberal hive-mind propaganda and accusing the blogger of ruining peoples lives and asking how he became a vampire somehow "adds to the experience." I don't have a comments section because, contrary to what some meathead prosecutor may say, I still have a sense of dignity.

P.S. I've been informed that it is actually 2007, not 2008. Many apologies.

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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Now I'm not no tech nerd or nothin' but this thing has been passing through the tech blogosphere and as a blogospherian I felt I should give my two cents (enjoy that phrase while you can; when the Democrats take control, they'll raise it to two dollars). Apparently this nerd thinks that Google putting a link to Google Calendar when someone searches for "calendar" is the most evil thing Google has ever done. Not its deals with China or weird Big Brotherish need to have access to all your information or unsavory business practices or anything, Google has broken its "don't be evil" mantra by putting up a few links. Easy with the moral outrage there, poindexter.

A happy 2008 to all you readers out there.

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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

How the fuck do I change the tag template

god dammit

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Christmas came a little early this year

Couldn't wait until January, switched the ol' blog to Blogger Beta

I don't really know what any of this shit does

current mood: confused

current music: the cure - lullaby

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