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It’s a Noun, It’s a Verb, It’s a Weblog

Here's a pretty old legacy post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 20 years ago, in 2002, on the World Wide Web.

O.K., so I was planning on putting out a post about the silly little debate that the conservative and libertarian webloggers were having amongst themselves recently about the liberal Southern white boys who inhabit their own media bubble. But for the time being Andrew Sullivan’s pit of narcissism website is offline, so that will have to wait.

In the meantime, however, I would like to bring a happy addition to the web world to your attention. For your reading pleasure, Bitch Magazine has converted their online (S)HITLIST section into a very readable MovableType weblog format. They update about twice a month or so, and their archives are eminently readable. Warning: this weblog may cause sleep deprivation – the night I found out about this I ended up getting to sleep about 4 hours later than I’d intended, because I spent so long combing through their entire archives.

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  1. Steph

    You’re right… Bitch’s (s)hitlist is fabulous. And addictive. I discovered it one night and read all that was there, posted a bunch of comments, and have been reading it ever since. Ah, I love Bitch. I wish one of my friends would take the hint and get me a subscription already. ;)

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