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On a Blogger's Changing Gender

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| Surprise guest on Blogspotting podcast: Heather Green ?

November 15, 2005

On a Blogger's Changing Gender

Heather Green

Couldn't sleep last night so I ended up reading the entire New Yorker and watching some bad 3 a.m. TV. But the New Yorker is rolling in blogging stories. One lighthearted, short piece is about on Underneath Their Robes an influential blog that tracks the federal judiciary. (Though for some reason I can't get to the site...).

But the kicker of the story is that it's run by Article III Groupie or A3G who writes about herself as a girl. Which is interesting because the New Yorker writes that "In real life, A3G is a thirty-year-old Newark-based assistant U.S. attorney named David Lat."

Anonymous blogs are fascinating, but this certainly takes it to another level of experimentation. Are there other anonymous blogs, ones even run by employees that are as fascinating as this?

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That is very interesting. HA HA!! By the way heather in a response to your Power of word of mouth blog a reader with little understanding of made comments saying that it was a joke. After listening to it myself I actually found it quite informative. What do you think?

Posted by: frank at November 15, 2005 04:07 PM

Ahhh, I am really sorry, forgot to listen to it. Will do it, promise.

Posted by: Heather Green at November 15, 2005 07:26 PM

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