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Who Are The Bloggers of Metafilter?

EmpressCallipygos's link to her blog post about losing a 5 lb. container of sugar in her apartment highlighted that my feed reader is short on personal blogs, as most of the personal bloggers I followed have quit. If you are still blogging somewhat regularly (for any definition of regularly that you like), and don't mind other Mefites reading your blog, please share the URL. I will add all to my feed reader. This will also help me avoid Facebook, which is something I am trying to do.
posted by COD on Dec 28, 2017 - 79 comments

What does mrblondemang have against bloggers?

What does mrblondemang have against bloggers and others who write for a living or seemingly just because? Perhaps RodgerJ should beware.
posted by FlamingBore on Aug 12, 2005 - 15 comments

Which (Currently active) Metefilter member has the most popular blog

Which (Currently active) Metefilter member has the most popular blog (judged by hit-count)? How about a non-blog site? Who is the most (web-influental) Mefi-member?
posted by growabrain on Jul 1, 2005 - 94 comments

Big media meets bloggers

"Post editors didn’t think much of Lott’s remarks as news, and they tried to confine Edsall to a paragraph or two. He had to write his 660-word story and show it to them before they could see any real news in it. This is where prominent webloggers like Josh Marshall, Atrios, Glenn Reynolds, but also others entered in." Interesting piece taking off from "Big Media" Meets the "Bloggers." (PDF)
posted by soyjoy on Mar 16, 2004 - 5 comments

Did everyone read stav's phenomenal post on his blog?

Did everyone read stav's phenomenal post on his blog?
EmptyBottle.org: Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Wonderchicken
Tom Coates called it, "the 2004 State of the Weblog Nation."
posted by gen on Jan 21, 2004 - 36 comments

noted as notable

MeFite bwg, also known as Big White Guy in Hong Kong, noted as notable blogger in today's Asian edition of CNN. Not mentioned in the story is that his blog was a good place to get de-hyped good info during the SARS outbreak.
posted by planetkyoto on Oct 27, 2003 - 8 comments

you'll be happy to see that Stan Chin's blog is finally live

It's entirely possible that everyone already knows, but for fans of one of our funnier commenters, you'll be happy to see that Stan Chin's blog is finally live, and is a welcome addition to the blogosphere, despite what some might think.
posted by jonson on Mar 25, 2003 - 21 comments

Another MetaFilter reference

Another MetaFilter reference, but this time there seems to be some kind of time travel involved:
"Another community in which I reside is the Metafilter / Blogger Developers / A-List community. The pillars of this community include Jason Kottke, Meg Hourihan, Evan Williams and Cam Barrett. These bloggers do most of their discussions on Metafilter and generally have beautiful blogs. I am not sure if any of them would list me as a member of their community, but I don't think that they would kick me out if they knew I had joined."
From Mike Saunders at Keep Trying. Am I the only person to whom this rings oddly?
posted by rodii on Feb 28, 2002 - 64 comments

Chapter One of Lessig's The Future of Ideas is online

From an NYTimes review [login: metafi/metafi] of Lawrence Lessig's The Future of Ideas:

To casual Web surfers, it may hardly feel that the Internet has been trapped in an intellectual vise grip. ... Mind-expanding novelties -- like ''bloggers,'' which allow users to create instant public online diaries -- spring to life every other week.
posted by mattpfeff on Jan 6, 2002 - 1 comment

Yesterday, NPR's Fresh Air attempted to introduce its listeners to blogging

Yesterday, NPR's Fresh Air attempted to introduce its listeners to blogging, and the results weren't pretty (RealAudio file). Linguist and commentator Geoff Nunberg says "The only thing bloggers have in common is that they have a lot of time on their hands and an exhibitionist streak."
posted by BT on Dec 11, 2001 - 13 comments

Does anyone have Norwegian?

Does anyone have Norwegian? I'd love to know what this weblogger's been saying about us...
posted by feelinglistless on Dec 5, 2001 - 5 comments

Lileks to have pay option.

Lileks to have pay option. It's returning to its full-bandwidth glory and: "I’m going to try something new here. The site, as it was, will still be free. But instead of putting up new stuff willy-nilly, I’m going to create a members section. Every Monday, a new peculiarity from the Institute’s gargantuan archives. Pictures, money, ads, early 60s British men’s magazine pinups, matchbooks, and many other peculiarities. A year’s subscription: $25." Well, count me in.
posted by mw on Nov 4, 2001 - 2 comments

usounds.com is seeking a weblogger

Want Ad: Music Loving Weblogger

usounds.com is seeking a weblogger to update the daily news section. We used to do it ourselves, but time and other issues have made it difficult. From 1999-2000 we updated the news section daily, providing news and links to our readers favorite bands such as Air, Radiohead, Bjork, Fantastic Plastic Machine, Thievery Corporation, St. Germain, etc.

We cannot offer any financial rewards, however we can get you almost any new CD (indie or otherwise) that you require. Also the page receives many more hits than the average weblog, and we can post links to your other projects. We're looking for someone to update daily (or close to it) during the week. Must have a love of international underground pop music. Thanks!

please contact chaz bartok if you are interested.
posted by chaz on Jun 23, 2001 - 11 comments

I neglect my blog for the love of mefi

Other-bloggers: I've noticed something, and I'm wondering if it's just me (so many things are just me), or if you'venoticed it, too.

Since I've become an active participant on MetaFilter, it seems to me like I post less stuff on my own 'log. Has this happened to you, too; and if it has, what are your speculations on the *specific* reasons why?
posted by baylink on Oct 4, 2000 - 7 comments

What's with the fascination with "Web Celebs"

What's with the fascination with "Web Celebs" (aka "The Web Elite") here? Why do we all worship them? Why do we all hate them?

I want this out in the open and settled. It's been brewing with the angry trolls for waaaaay too long.

Anonymous posts are unwelcome.
posted by EricBrooksDotCom on Jun 16, 2000 - 16 comments

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