"Boring Blogger Fired From Huffington Post"
OK, I have found one more negative blog. About me and my firing from HuffPo:
Boring Blogger Fired From Huffington Post
So now we are up to two blogs supporting Arianna.
Because this last one was actually pretty funny.
The blog "Outside the Beltway" analyzed Arianna's comment to New York Times.
“It seemed like his blog was becoming about personal grudges,” Ms. Huffington said. “That would have been no problem if the posts were interesting.”
So this blog concludes, "Since the second sentence completely negates the first, she should simply have said, “We fired him because he was boring.”
So there we have it. I was boring. And, boy did I get boring real fast. I mean they were suddenly in such a rush to change my access code. It had nothing to do with the the Troll Scandal. Just boredom. According to Arianna Huffington.
Quite frankly I'm a bit surprised that the mighty HuffPo hasn't been able to co-opt more bloggers to take their side. I figured a media company like the Huffington Post with cool geeks like Jonah Peretti would have been able to kick up some more dust. But maybe the spirit didn't move them. Maybe they all felt so . . . what's the word?
Stupid. That's the word.
Here are a few other recent blog posts and their take on the HuffPo Scandal:
Disillusioned Once Again
All The Gossip That's Fit To Print
Huffington Post Astroturfs for dollars, trolls, and loses credibility, loses Rost
THE WHISTLE BLOWS FOR THEE
Free Andy Yaco-Mink.
The last one is the second blog post about this story, by James Love at HuffPo. I guess he wasn't happy with the replies to his first post.
If you haven't read about his background and association with HuffPo partner Jonah Peretti, check out reader comments to HuffPo Troll Scandal Grows BIGGER.
The readers on this site have started to dig and they're digging faster than I can keep up. So don't miss their comments . . .