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  • "good" extends beyond volume, which means you'll want to avoid the dreaded "blogorrhea" -- aka incessant prattle about your jerk boss or second-rate love life.

    Essays

  • "good" extends beyond volume, which means you'll want to avoid the dreaded "blogorrhea" -- aka incessant prattle about your jerk boss or second-rate love life.

    On How to Start a Winning Blog (washingtonpost.com)

  • "good" extends beyond volume, which means you'll want to avoid the dreaded "blogorrhea" -- aka incessant prattle about your jerk boss or second-rate love life.

    unbillable hours:

  • In a review for New Humanist of two recent books written by political bloggers - Liberal Fascism by National Review Online blogger Jonah Goldberg, and The Liberal Defence of Murder by Lenin's Tomb author Richard Seymour - he finds that in the transition to the printed page all the faults of those with 'blogorrhea' are starkly revealed: sloppy research, cheap name-calling, historical immaturity, overstatement, distortion, factual errors and near-endless repetition.

    New Humanist Blog

  • In a review for New Humanist of two recent books written by political bloggers - Liberal Fascism by National Review Online blogger Jonah Goldberg, and The Liberal Defence of Murder by Lenin's Tomb author Richard Seymour - he finds that in the transition to the printed page all the faults of those with 'blogorrhea' are starkly revealed: sloppy research, cheap name-calling, historical immaturity, overstatement, distortion, factual errors and near-endless repetition.

    New Humanist Blog

  • Lenin's Tomb author Richard Seymour - he finds that in the transition to the printed page all the faults of those with 'blogorrhea' are starkly revealed: sloppy research, cheap name-calling, historical immaturity, overstatement, distortion, factual errors and near-endless repetition.

    New Humanist Blog

  • In a review for New Humanist of two recent books written by political bloggers - Liberal Fascism by National Review Online blogger Jonah Goldberg, and The Liberal Defence of Murder by Lenin's Tomb author Richard Seymour - he finds that in the transition to the printed page all the faults of those with 'blogorrhea' are starkly revealed: sloppy research, cheap name-calling, historical immaturity, overstatement, distortion, factual errors and near-endless repetition.

    New Humanist Blog

  • In a review for New Humanist of two recent books written by political bloggers - Liberal Fascism by National Review Online blogger Jonah Goldberg, and The Liberal Defence of Murder by Lenin's Tomb author Richard Seymour - he finds that in the transition to the printed page all the faults of those with 'blogorrhea' are starkly revealed: sloppy research, cheap name-calling, historical immaturity, overstatement, distortion, factual errors and near-endless repetition.

    New Humanist Blog

  • In this age of interconnected blogorrhea, such boomeranging happens a lot.

    RSVP, RIP

  • With his constant commenting on this and that, we worry that Mr. Delong has a case of blogorrhea that's getting in the way of his ever finishing the economic history of the 20th century he is writing -- and which we would very much like to someday read.

    Top 25 Economics Blogs

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  • A tendency to extremes of blogging. Not to be confused with logorrhea.

    December 9, 2006

  • I came up with this word one day, and thought that I had independently created a great new word. I was wrong.

    May 29, 2008

  • A byproduct from one's sense of oblogation.

    May 29, 2008

  • I wouldn't say "great", since I would feel any word starting with blog is an abomination.

    May 29, 2008