One of my regular blog reads is Ravings of a Feral Genius where Jennifer Abel rants about libertarian topics. Jennifer's a writer by trade, not just by virtue of having a blog, which means she gets paid and published in real publications, the most prominent of which is probably her column in the Guardian. This last Wednesday, however, Jennifer made this stunning announcement: … [Read more...] about Chasing Jennifer
I think I first heard of Marc Randazza when one of the other bloggers around here started calling him a "First Amendment Badass," and that's how I always think of him. I didn't really encounter him, however, until Jon Katz posted this bit about Randazza a few years ago. I took the opportunity to poke fun at Marc in the comments about the absurdist severity of his blog's terms … [Read more...] about Marc Randazza – First Amendment Badass
Jamison Koehler has a post up on his blog offering tips for new bloggers. Although he wrote it specifically for legal bloggers, and some of the examples might not make sense if you don't know the personalities, it's good advice for anyone considering a new blog. If you're thinking you might like to join the conversation, you should check it out. Naturally, I have a few thoughts … [Read more...] about Jamison’s Tips For New Bloggers
That's right! When it comes to search engine optimization, I can now claim to be one of the giants. Thanks to this post, Windypundit now owns the #1 and #2 Google search results for the phrase "Obama's left testicle". … [Read more...] about I AM an SEO Badass!
I've got to get the word out about Lindsay Beyerstein. I first encountered Lindsay a few years ago at Magikthise, her original personal blog. (That name sounds like one of the lesser-known Bond girls, but it's actually a geek reference to a character -- a philosopher, your basic working thinker -- in Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.) … [Read more...] about The Conspiracy to Silence Lindsay Beyerstein