Tag Archives: blogs

Slate Launches “Gaysplaining” Section

Slate today announced the launch of Outward, a new section of the site that “won’t be just another one-note, mainstream ‘gay news’ blog.” Um, ouch? Being made of the same ornery stuff as the rest of Slate, Outward will be a haven for passionate expressions of underrepresented and controversial points of view that we hope will make you think, make ...

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A Message From RΞICHΞN™

You mean like this?

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New Blog: Texts From Hillary

More entries.

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Hot Chicks With Douchebags

I draw your attention to the popular Hot Chicks With Douchebags site only to point to their epic take down of Andrew Breitbart. An excerpt: This meandering buffoon screams for a living on the teevee, having finally found a profitable way to channel his daddy hatred. Substitute “government” for “Father who didn’t love me enough” and you’ll diagnostic the problem ...

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Another Poll Thing

I’m getting clobbered.

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New Blog: Celebs On The Subway

I’ve finally sort of perfected the “I’m not looking at you” subway stare, which I’ve recently used on Liam Neeson, Liev Shreiber, and Marisa Tomei. More about such encounters can be found on this new blog.

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Google Knows Where You Are

My obsession with statistics goes into overdrive in the face of the magic of Google Analytics, which reveals some interesting tidbits about JMG readers. For folks dropping by in the last 30 days, by far the largest chunk of you are in NYC, about 11%, twice as many as #2, San Francisco. The top twenty: 1. NYC2. San Francisco3. Washington ...

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Meta-Time

You may not be as fascinated with statistics as I am. But this list from BlogWorldExpo caught my eye. Over 57 million Americans read blogs. Over 12 million Americans write blogs. 1.7 million American adults list making money as one of the reasons they blog. 89% of companies surveyed say they think blogs will be more important in the next ...

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Towleroad: The “It” Blog

Andy Towle gets a nice mention in Newsweek this week, where Towleroad is named one of the five “It” blogs. Also mentioned: Perez Hilton, DailyKos, Deadspin, Cute Overload. Congrats, Andy!

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HRC Launches Blog

The Human Rights Campaign has launched a blog called Back Story, where you can find up-to-the-minute information about their various projects. Chris Johnson, Back Story’s lead writer, has long been my primary contact at the HRC, tipping me off to the latest on what’s going on with their efforts on behalf of hate crimes legislation, marriage equality, etc. Good luck, ...

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March Gayness

I was thinking about writing a post soliciting your recommendations for some new blogs for us to check out, but Matt over at Malcontent has come up with a creative and fun game that has the same result. Check out his March Gayness, a take on basketball’s NCAA March Madness, in which Matt has created a 64-blog playoff system where ...

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MS Words

Microsoft has been busted for offering to start paying a blogger to make edits to its Wikipedia entries. I am 300% certain that other companies have employees making sure that Wikipedia entries are tweaked to favor themselves, but you have to shake your head at Microsoft for going out-of-house on this. Microsoft has admitted that it violated the Wikipedia terms ...

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Quick Links

High-definition porn shows too much. (Via NY Times) Gay Superbowl: Bears Vs. Colts. (Via Cup Of Joe) The “Big Questions” of science, answered. (Via Wired) A new Pee-Wee Herman movie? (Via SFGate) Barack Obama’s high school pics. Hello Jermaine! (via Gawker).

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