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What I Learned at PDF

June 24th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Mayhill Fowler must be a “citizen journalist,” because an ordinary member of the professional working press would get that pseudo-humble voice-of-the-people bullshit beaten out of them inside of about a week. I have never seen someone simultaneously trumpet their “outsider” status and long with such cringe-inducing desperation to be seen as part of the tribe.

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  • 1 KinkyKathy // Jun 24, 2008 at 9:15 am

    There are no tribes, journalistic or sectarian, that mean a damn thing. There are only hot chics like me willing to bed anyone, Edna Millay style. Baby.

  • 2 Tim O'Brien // Jul 13, 2008 at 4:36 pm

    What I learned at PdF is that there are a lot of people that travel the World giving the same presentations about transformative and empowering effects of the Internet on Politics. It was OK, but also had the feeling of a pep rally populated with San Francisco VCs and DC politicos.

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