Tag Archives: authenticity

Blogging Every Day

Somebody told me, “You could have it made/But you talk too much.” – from “Secret Face” If I’m going to blog everyday, I’m going to have to keep this stuff mercifully brief. Which will mean going against my nature. Does … Continue reading

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Rush at the Garden: Why couldn’t they have been more like Liberace?

I went to see Rush at the Garden last night. It was good, but it wasn’t sublime. Here’s the thing. I’ve liked Rush since I was a kid and in fact still listen to their music with an, for some, … Continue reading

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The Really Real, Totally Authentic Thing

If you don’t have time to blog then don’t. Ghost blogging is inauthentic & the antithesis of everything social. #dontbeafake cc @mitchjoel – Avinash Kaushik When I was in graduate school, there was a lot of talk about the “death … Continue reading

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The Irony of Authenticity and the Authenticity of Irony

Seems like nowadays, authentic is the thing to be. Mitch Joel calls authenticity, “the cost of admission” in the Web 2.0 world, though he warns: “Being authentic isn’t always good. Let me correct that, being authentic is always good, but … Continue reading

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