Many thanks to the kind editors at PC World for naming this humble blog as one of its “100 Blogs We Love.”
PC World recently made headlines when its editor, Harry McCracken, resigned to protest ad-sales meddling in the publication’s editorial side. He was later reinstated and the CEO he tangled with got kicked upstairs. It was one of those perennial showdowns between editorial and business that have always marked the magazine world — and now appear to be beginning to infiltrate the blogosphere as well. (In fact, here’s McCracken’s take on the FM “People Ready” controversy: “Journalists shouldn’t write ad copy.” Of course, there are bloggers who think of themselves as journalists, and many others who don’t.)
The PC World blurb said that my “take on tech, politics, culture, and the intersections thereof is often unexpected, and always worth reading.”
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