Lee Siegel on anonymity in the blogosphere

September 18, 2006

Deborah Solomon interviewed Lee Siegel, the guy who was fired from The New Republic for blogging anonymously on his own behalf, in Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. What Siegel had to say on his behalf is interesting. He claims that “Anonymity is a universal convention of the blogosphere, and the wicked expedience is that you can speak without consequences.” Some position, Mr. Siegel.

Check it here.

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