Ubiquity of the blog

A significant subplot of last night's Judging Amy revolved around Donna's blog. My favorite entry was the one about how ants always fall over on the same side.

I was amused to see that blogs have found their way into primetime (which they may have before now, but this is the first time I noticed.)


When I googled to see if this factoid about ants was in fact true, I failed to find any specific reference, but I did discover that some people spend a lot more time thinking about ants than you'd expect:

Consider this entry at LitDotOrg.

One of the biggest blog cliches has to be the lament that "this is the most boring blog ever."

Well, tongue firmly in cheek, here it is:

the dullest blog in the world

Postscript: Best of the Trackbacks

Apr. 15, 2003 -- Weblog Central at MSNBC.com -- For those who like their TV/blog overlap with a more professional polish, check out the CBS show Judging Amy, which I understand from Lisa Firke is featuring a character with a Weblog. This is the first instance I know of a fictional TV character with a blog. Can Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in "Youve Got Blog!" be far off?"

April 2, 2003 in Television, Weblogs | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack