Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Bloggers--the WSJ Doesn't Like You

Courtesy of JunkYardBlog:

Every conceivable belief is on the scene, but the collective prose, by and large, is homogeneous: A tone of careless informality prevails; posts oscillate between the uselessly brief and the uselessly logorrheic; complexity and complication are eschewed; the humor is cringe-making, with irony present only in its conspicuous absence; arguments are solipsistic; writers traffic more in pronouncement than persuasion describing blogs, found in the WSJ.

So, Charlie, what'd you DO to this guy? Shoot his doggie?


Jeff Miller said...

Kathy Shaidle had the perfect response to this with a future headline.

2015: Blogs report demise of print edition of the WSJ.

Anonymous said...

I read that article today over my coffee

all I could think of was the phrase

"Jealous Much"

He works for the Wall Street Journal someone should tell him to take a gander at the newspaper stocks the Tribune company just cut its dividend

Almost all the MSM newspaper stocks are dogs.