(…) Gawker’s Washington DC outpost “Wonkette” scored a bigger coup when its editor, Ana Marie Cox, wrote about “Washingtonienne”, a 26-year-old Republican staffer pseudonymously blogging about her multiple sexual liaisons, including one with a married Bush administration official who gave her an envelope filled with cash in gratitude. Readers quickly worked out who the staffer, Jessica Cutler, was sleeping with, helped by the fact that Cutler – who has often spoken to the media of her 140-plus IQ – referred to her paramours using their real initials.

Buttoned-down Washington was horrified. Cutler was fired for misusing her office computer, but promptly got a six-figure book deal and an invitation to pose for Playboy in time for the 2004 election, which she accepted. As she memorably told The Washington Post, “Everyone should have a blog. It’s the most democratic thing ever.”
And, indeed, having a blog seemed to be the quickest way to fame in a country obsessed with fortune…


no, nie wiem…
polecam ten text. nie jest… nudny. i jest – niejednostronny.

And not every blogger can be a Tom Paine. “People may want a democratic media,” says Cox, “but they don’t want to be bored…

Jedna odpowiedź do “przypominamy, radzimy: „Everyone should have a blog…"”

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