Like Like. Pingback: Time for Serious Discussion Wesleying. Until blogs were usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of a small group, and often covered a single subject.
Reblog 0. The first day of BlogHer is almost over. I sat myself down to blog a bit, after attending several sessions, and socializing with complete strangers, old friends, and old friends I've just met for the first time those of you who blog probably understand what I mean by that.
Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi photograph by Azadeh Behkish. Who am I then? Tell me that first, and then, if I like being that person, I'll come up: if not, I'll stay down here till I'm somebody else.
Weblogs are open spaces for writing about any subject, and sexual experience and lust are by no means off-limits. While the references to sex and attractiveness are almost always intended to be playful and harmless, even sincerely complimentary, they can inhibit equal participation by men and women in public discussion. In this essay, I take up sex and its relation to audience in blogging, specifically the common argument that the best way—or even the only way—for women to have their Weblogs read by a wide audience is to use their sexuality by posting titillating photographs of themselves or by writing about sex along with the issues of the day.
The weblog has justifiably been celebrated as a new publishing platform. But writers are beginning to see that it also has the potential to be a new fictional form. This is one of the lessons of Belle de Jour, the much hyped "blog of a London call girl".
It's Metafilter's 20th anniversary! To celebrate, scan some cats or help fund Mefi! Because someone had to post it
If you want reality, forget "Survivor. The updates--often daily--let fans follow every twist and turn in an author's life. In Tennessee, Meghan O'Hara has been working up the courage to ask Alex out for a date--a mere eight years after she first got a crush on him in high school.
I have been reading some episodes of that series at that age. I think because my older brother owned some of them, but I have to be honest, I am not sure about that really. Lucifera is the main character of the same name, originally Italian comics series, which takes place during the early Middle Ages.