Comments: CBS Memos Report

Exactly. I referenced your research in my own analysis of how much credit is really due the blogosphere here.


Posted by Jon Garfunkel at January 11, 2005 02:40 AM

Read your comment on the Belle de Jour book (Amazon). A few things really bug me about it...

a) I doubt you have read it.

b) It smacks of the jealousy that seems rife in the blog world among bloggers like yourself who seem to have an inflated opinion of themselves, of how what they have to say is somehow more valid than other (more successful) people.

c) I don't know if she (he?) is a hooker, journalist or bored NASA astronaut; frankly I don't care. Maybe it will be good, maybe it won't, but I'm going to reserve judgement until I've read it.

I hope you have a chance to think about this comment before you delete it from your site, as people like you invariably do in the face of criticism.

Surprise me.

Posted by A Concerned non-blogger at January 12, 2005 12:54 AM

When reading the Rathergate Report bear in mind that Viacom hired Dick bacause of the long history of bad blood between him and the Bushes.Dick set out to NOT find bias and because he is a smart lawyer he found no bias. Viacom ordered a coverup and Dick delivered a coverup.

Posted by Rod Stanton at January 27, 2005 05:41 AM