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  • TMI

    Julia Allison and friends’ weekly webshow. The first episode is about snacks! It’s chockfull of good advice, like “don’t eat too many snacks or you’ll get fat.” Sigh, life would be so much easier if you just like, didn’t think about anything real.

    Peggy Wang 5 years ago respond

  • Fake Farewells

    Jakob Lodwick, Vimeo founder and self-proclaimed Fameball, has said good-bye to Tumblr and “the Social Web.” Will it last? It’s the latest in a long line of “final posts” — Dave Winer, Julia Allison come to mind — that really mean “I’m really upset and I’m taking a break”. We don’t think it will stick, but goodbyes are always fun to read, even if they’re fake. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond

  • Microfame

    Rex Sorgatz of Fimoculous gives us the 8 easy steps to becoming a small-scale Internet celebrity in the new issue of New York. It’s funny. Unless you only hang out with other bloggers, you come to realize that most people really have no idea who any of these people are. Read More ›

    Peggy Wang 6 years ago respond

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    Julia Allison

    Considered by many to represent the “real” Carrie Bradshaw, Allison is a media staple whose entrepreneurial methods of self-made online publicity have garnered her continued attention. As Gawker reports, she’s gone from Jacob Lodwick to Chicago Bears QB, Jay Cutler. Starf*cker! Read More ›

    BuzzFeed Classic 6 years ago 2 responses