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Ultimate blogs - masterworks from the wild web by  sarah boxer - Paperback - from Sixth Chamber Used Books/Fox Den Books and Biblio.com

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ultimate blogs - masterworks from the wild web

by boxer, sarah

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Trade Paperback. Vintage 2008. Unless Listed in this decription, VG or Better.

"What are you working on?""An anthology of blogs.""I didn't know you had a blog.""I don't. It's an anthology of other people's blogs." "How do you find good blogs?""I read. I surf. I look at blog contests. I follow links. I ask people about the blogs they like." "Is a good blog hard to find?""Yes. Very."A Book of Blogs? WTF!!Sarah Boxer, a former New York Times reporter and critic, travels through the blogosphere (more than 80 million blogs -- and counting) and finds some masterpieces along the way. Among the bloggers in the anthology are:two fashion critics mocking the inexplicable "fugliness" of celebritiesa Marine Corps lieutenant stationed in Fallujah in 2006a 19-year old student in Singapore cheerfully pining for her ex an illustrator's tiny saga of a rodent and his ball of crap Odysseus's sidekick telling his side of the Iliad and OdysseyRevealing and deceptive, grand and niggling, worldly and parochial, these blogs comprise a snapshot of life on the wild, wild Web.From the Trade Paperback edition.



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