Here it is: Hate Us or Love Us, a weekly round-up of who hearts us and who hates us out dere in da cyberspaces. Bonnie Ruberg handled this week’s edition. Look for it every Friday.
Following last week’s cover story, Gawker mocks Dr. Brad Abrams’ letter of defense to the public. Meanwhile, an Upper East Side blog contemplates the plastic surgeon’s fate and a Michigan doctor, jarred by the article, blogs to clear his own name.
Gawker has also started a collection of rejection letters from Voice editor-in-chief Tony Ortega. Says a freelance writer, deal with it!
Christopher Barzak is totally psyched that Elizabeth Hand reviewed his book.
One Media Bistro reader stands up to defend Laurel Toby against Tricia Romano’s “hostile” article.
The Gothamist joins Lynn Yaeger in groaning as a Soho shop cashes in on Kerouac.
Brenda Brathwaite, head of The International Game Developers Association’s sex and games blog, sends readers to learn “how to figure out the gender of potential online lovers.”
A young Teaching Fellow gets scared by “Your Own Personal Blackboard Jungle.”
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 31, 2007