The Works: Celebrity Blogs
I'll be on The Works tonight talking about "The Huffington Post" and other celebrity blogs.
Here are the sites we discuss:
Posted on May 17, 2005 to Elsewhere
If being a celebrity will help me get hits then I have a confession to make: In real life I'm the old broad from Gilligan's Island.
That was a great show - loved finally hearing your voice after reading the blog for so long. Will definitely check out these other blogs. And I was SO glad that you gave time to Wil's blog - I've been a longtime fan and I'm so glad that he gets good press.
WOOT!!! kongisking.net is my home page.
PJ's production diaries are very cool and PJ himself is undoubtedly the most innovative and revolutionary/visionary thing in multimedia at present!
His close work with the Kong game looks to be sending things in exciting new directions as well if the new released pics from E3 are anything to go by!
I always like to check in with Roger Avary at www.avary.com.
it's creepy that shatner refers to himself in the third person.
I will join in the whoring and state that for purposes of publicity, my blog, though my own, is written by channeling various celebrities whose lives momentairly bear a circumstantial similairity to mine.
Actually, I was lying, that would make for much more interesting entries. I am willing to PUNctuATE. LIKE. Shatner. though.
"The biggest thing to hit the internet since Al Gore"
Um. I think if you take a closer look at the William Shatner site, you will notice that the posts that refer to Willam Shatener as "William Shatner" are written by a fan, not by Capt. Kirk himself.
Where's Madonna's blog? It's only a matter of time...It might be fun to go on celebrity's blogs and tell them how we loved them in movies they weren't in and that we named our dogs after them...or our child...
Maybe tell Melanie Griffith we named our son 'Melan' after her...."We live in Albania and you are a national hero there. Many children named Melan after you."
Everything is more fun online.
Rosie used to be funny. Somewhere along the line she got the idea that she was somehow more enlightened than the rest of us and felt it was her duty to tell us so.
Then, she played a woman who went to school on the short bus and reminded us of what she really is.