Much of the conversation online surrounding diary-like, confessional writing, more derisively called "oversharing," is informed by specific expectations based generally on either age or gender. Depending on the media narrative of any given week -- even day or hour, online -- there will be cov ... More >>
Yesterday, we took note of an AdAge article by Edmund Lee, and a fun kicker that was seemingly buried at the bottom: revered former New York Observer editor Peter Kaplan taking revered tech pundit Jeff Jarvis to task. And now, Jarvis has fired back.
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