February 26, 2002

Blogger of the Year: It's

Blogger of the Year: It's Stephanie Dupont, who has knocked Brian Linse out of a job. Her mos02_02_24_aintnobaddude_archive.html#10160495">fending off a critical e-mail:

I'm sorry I don't know politics and computer programming and that I just went to lowly Mt. San Jacinto and am a gopher because I only get extra parts and won't ever be a big actress. [...]

I know everybody who does this works really hard and believes in debating everything and trying to get at what's the truth and who's screwing the people from their big offices.

Here, she tries to decipher the mystery of "blogging" by clicking on Brian's links and seeing what his colleagues are up to:
The second site I looked at was "The Iluminated Donkey." I'm going to go out on a limb here, but I agree that we ought to find out who Shakespeare really was. After OJ finds the real killers though. On "Protein Wisdom," the guy was 100% Sartre, the French actor and only 23% Plato, the Greek philosophy guy. Nothing to disagree with there. Poor "Ginger Stampley" has the flu and I agree with her that it's yucky. Hope she gets well soon. "Jay Zilber" has a picture on his site that makes every Samizdata guy look like Tom Cruise. He asks a good question, though. How come nobody is writing about that crazy Georgia Crematorium/Burial Ground? I agree that we need to figure that thing out.
Here, she makes interacts with a fellow lady-blogger:
I got a nice email from a Natalie Solent. Apparently she was one of the ladies at that party of non-dork good souls and said she hugged Brian without receiving cash, something he probably appreciated as a big change in his lifestyle. Natalie, if I had known beforehand that you liked cats and that you were in those pictures, I would not have accused you of being a paid escort.
She has also, apparently without effort, conjured the best nickname yet for Glenn Reynolds: "Instantman."

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t.com">Blogger of the Year: It's Stephanie Dupont, who has knocked Brian Linse out of a job. Her most recent 2-3 posts are the funniest things I've read in a while. Here she is, fending off a critical e-mail:
I'm sorry I don't know politics and computer programming and that I just went to lowly Mt. San Jacinto and am a gopher because I only get extra parts and won't ever be a big actress. [...]

I know everybody who does this works really hard and believes in debating everything and trying to get at what's the truth and who's screwing the people from their big offices.

Here, she tries to decipher the mystery of "blogging" by clicking on Brian's links and seeing what his colleagues are up to:
The second site I looked at was "The Iluminated Donkey." I'm going to go out on a limb here, but I agree that we ought to find out who Shakespeare really was. After OJ finds the real killers though. On "Protein Wisdom," the guy was 100% Sartre, the French actor and only 23% Plato, the Greek philosophy guy. Nothing to disagree with there. Poor "Ginger Stampley" has the flu and I agree with her that it's yucky. Hope she gets well soon. "Jay Zilber" has a picture on his site that makes every Samizdata guy look like Tom Cruise. He asks a good question, though. How come nobody is writing about that crazy Georgia Crematorium/Burial Ground? I agree that we need to figure that thing out.
Here, she makes interacts with a fellow lady-blogger:
I got a nice email from a Natalie Solent. Apparently she was one of the ladies at that party of non-dork good souls and said she hugged Brian without receiving cash, something he probably appreciated as a big change in his lifestyle. Natalie, if I had known beforehand that you liked cats and that you were in those pictures, I would not have accused you of being a paid escort.
She has also, apparently without effort, conjured the best nickname yet for Glenn Reynolds: "Instantman."

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