May 18, 2007
bookofjoe in the Wall Street Journal? Kinda sorta...
Look at the list above, from my current statistics.
What do you see?
Number 9 is online.wsj.com, if I am not mistaken.
That's the Wall Street Journal online.
I clicked on it and was taken to this page, featuring an article in today's paper.
Hmmm, said I: I'm not mentioned in the article nor have I ever featured Valentino or his work, as best I can recall.
I scrolled down to the bottom of the piece and found this:
So I clicked on "The Handbag Effect..." and was taken here:
Clicking on "The Handbag Effect..." in the upper right took me to my post of last Friday, May 11, 2007.
Seems so much simpler.
But I guess my mystification is part and parcel of why I'm down here in steerage while Ms. Friedman and her ilk sip champagne at the captain's table.
But I will note with interest that this sort of thing is happening just a little more frequently these days than, say, a year ago... I wonder if bookofjoe is gradually accelerating to the point of achieving escape velocity.
Which, of course, leads to the inevitable next question: escape from what?
And the next: towards what?
I will keep you posted as I bumble along....
May 18, 2007 at 04:01 PM | Permalink
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mabye it gives them a loop hole. You can post entire articles on your website and get away with it because you don't advertise. WSJ linking to FT seems a bit like adultery in this context. They would be providing for a cometitor.
Posted by: anjan | May 21, 2007 4:42:14 PM
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