Hunter S. Gilmor
Go read the Blogosfear episode of Steve Gimor’s InfoRouter. It’s fresh, zany writing worthy of Hunter S. Thompson.
I’m tempted to steal this Steve Gilmor sound bite as my motto for Cloudy Thinking:
“Don’t like it, don’t read it.
Feel free to blame me.”
[tease] [emphasis added]
“I suspect the reason they keep coming back for more punishment (theirs and mine) is because they somehow get something from the conversation. It’s personal, I think. As one guy said in Scoble’s comments, he finds me repulsive. Not stupid, misinformed, a waste of time–any of which are a dealbreaker in my book. You don’t get it Gillmor–I just don’t like you. I can relate. There have been long stretches of time where I didn’t like me either. One thing that cured me of that was having two daughters. Doesn’t matter if you’re pond scum, you’re their pond scum now and you better get off your ass and stop feeling sorry for yourself.”
P.S. I do not understand the “track back” concept. If you do please email me (see About Ron K. Jeffries for the secret sauce, or comment below. Anyway, here’s the TrackBack address for Gilmor’s article.