This list is wrong because "Bad Girls" isn't on it.
Needs more Google Maps.
Pre-aughts, but Graydon Carter only lasted ten months at the Observer. Not sure how long Susan Morrison made it for. Historians, come forth.
Julie, all that everything, with one very important distinguishment: It was Wonder Woman.
This was fantastic. Nothing else.
The Washington Post's general outlook on news that isn't written in their own ink (i.e. The Internet) is equal parts resentment and ignorance. For further examples, see: Paul Farhi's reaction to TBD, the mishandling of Dave Weigel's resignation, Dana Milbank's "mad bitch" video, Mike Wise's "Twitter experiment" (and Howard Kurtz called Mike Wise's punishment "harsh" when it happened), and Michael Tunison's firing, to name a few. They show no signs of slowing down.
Or "How to Never Get An Email From Anyone Under The Age Of 30 Again." Bookmarking.
I used to work in the blog storefront.
I blogged everything before anyone.
I was there the time Doug Dechert almost got his ass beat.
I was there in Nolita during the great 2010 redesign clashes.
I woke up naked on the roofdeck in SoHo in 2008.
I heard you have a compilation of every good blog post ever done by anybody. Every great blog by Maggie. All the underground hits. All the Lockhart-era tracks. I heard you have a vinyl of every Jon Liu post on the Wayback Machine. I heard that you have a white label of every seminal Sploid and Johnston-Idolator hit - 2005, '06, '07.
But I'm losing my edge to better-looking blogs with better ideas and more talent.
And they're actually really, really nice.
I'm losing my edge.
This is perfect. And so, so true. Worth noting: The people here who said they didn't enjoy Dying City were no doubt bragging about having seen it up through now, as theater "people" - who think they're god's gift to man because they're patronizing an art that needs it - often will. Fuck 'em.