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Art Review: 'Blog Reblog'
Randomly paired photos yield serendipitous imagery
DAILY Arts  May 28, 2014, by Rod Machen
"...What is "Blog Reblog"? A gallery show? An event? A comment on our modern forms of photographic dissemination? I suppose it’s all of those, but for lovers of contemporary photography, it’s worth a trip to the Big Medium galleries...."

TV on the Internet: Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
DAILY Screens  July 23, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...Such is the case with his fun little jaunt known as Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog..."

Will Blog for Food
New stories – and problems – arise as foodie blogs proliferate
Screens Story  March 4, 2011, by Melanie Haupt
"...There's that old saw that says that you eat with your eyes first, hence the emphasis on making food visually appealing in restaurants, grocery stores, and advertising. But the ways in which this is translated to the Internet are of particular interest to Stacie Capone, who organized and will moderate SXSW Interactive panel The Moguls of Food Porn, featuring Nadia Giosia of the Cooking Channel's Bitchin' Kitchen and Nick Evans of the blog Macheesmo, as well as other foodies whose unique approaches to visual representations of food incite that Pavlovian response to things you didn't even know you wanted to eat...."

Media Watch: Katie Couric's Pretend Blog
America's sweetheart ruins it for everyone
News Column  April 27, 2007, by Kevin Brass
"...For the record, KVUE anchor maiden Christine Haas actually wrote, all by herself, her recent blog entry on the station's Web site, detailing her 16-month-old son's prowess at peekaboo. In fact, for any disillusioned viewers wondering, she really does have a son; she's not making it up..."

Where the Wild Things Blog
What we're afraid of finding – or who we're afraid is finding us – when we tell stories on the Web
Screens Story  March 1, 2007, by Marrit Ingman
"...If 2006 was the year blogs really made it onto the Interactive agenda, 2007 is the year user-generated content rules. More than a dozen daytime panels will attempt to unravel the complex relationships between comment and commerce, between microbrands and marketers, and to consider the mercantile implications of social media like blogs and wikis, in addition to their cultural and personal impact...."

A Corner in Cyberspace Turned Blog Party
Jon Lebkowsky asks, why blog?
Screens Story  February 28, 2003, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...A "blog," short for weblog, is a personal Web site where the author records thoughts, ideas, images, and links in brief entries that are posted, usually in reverse chronological order. Weblogs became "blogs" in 1999, when Peter Merholz wrote, "For What It's Worth I've decided to pronounce the word 'weblog' as wee'- blog..."

Nellie Blog
Why modern-day muckraker Ana Marie Cox couldn't care less about her critics – or even, at times, her audience
Screens Story  March 4, 2005, by Roger Gathman
"...The New York Times is famous for transforming the hip into the obsolete merely by doing a feature about it. So, deciding blogging was the zeitgeist (two years after it had become last year's zeitgeist), the Times sent a naïf down to check out the bloggers at the Republican convention last August..."

Blog Justice on the Wild Web
Is danah boyd a racist or just a woman trying to find her purse?
Screens Story  April 16, 2004, by Courtney Fitzgerald
"...Not danah boyd. The blogging scene is still hot with debate about what happened weeks ago during South by Southwest Interactive 04..."

Gayplace: BLOGGITY BLOG BLOG BLOG
Stanley Roy is back, and so are you, if you feel the urge to camp it up.
Columns  August 10, 2012, by Kate X Messer
"...Our Gay Place Blog has been blowing up with new buggers and bloggers and peepses. We'd hate for you to miss a peep..."

What Jew Wanna Eat Blog Is Finalist in National Contest
DailyCandy.com picks Austin Finalist in Start Small, Go Big contest
DAILY Food  August 16, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...On a leap of faith, she relocated to Austin and embarked on a new career. After attending Le Cordon Bleu, Amy Kritzer created the What Jew Wanna Eat blog and began teaching cooking classes, sharing her personal renditions of the same authentic, traditional Jewish recipes she learned in Bubbe's kitchen growing up...."

Don't Blog This, Or I'll Sue!
By acting like bloggers, are journalists leaving themselves open to litigation?
DAILY SXSW  March 12, 2007, by Richard Whittaker
"..."Who's here to find out about libel?" asked publishing law expert Dineen Wasylik. She used that line to kick off her quick guide to reporting on the web (Journalism in the Blogosphere: A Legal Guide to Internet "Press") this afternoon If you thought you could get away with saying anything on a blog, just because it's on-line, think again..."

Austin Chronicle Staff Blog Recognized
Chronicle blog nominated for AAN Award
DAILY News  May 19, 2015
"...The Austin Chronicle’s staff blog was recognized today as a finalist in the Association of Alternative Newsmedia annual awards competition. Fellow alt-weeklies Cleveland Scene and Creative Loafing Atlanta were also named finalists in the staff blog category...."

New Pot-Law Blog
New source for pot-law news hits the wire
DAILY News  July 24, 2008, by Jordan Smith
"...Its a sad state of affairs, really. So, Reefer Madness is happy to report that our friends over at the Marijuana Policy Project this week unveiled their new marijuana news blog – for all you Reefer fans who just can't get enough drug-law news...."

Blog to the Future
Where P2P might be taking journalism, or not
Screens Story  March 15, 2002, by Roger Gathman
"...P2P: Weblogs and Collaborative Media panel..."

Blog and Roll
Bloggers meet and U21 bands get ready to compete
DAILY Music  November 12, 2009, by Livvy Bennett
"...Last weekend, a panel of representatives from Billboard, Rolling Stone, Spin, Idolator, Aquarium Drunkard, My Old Kentucky Blog, and the Austin-American Statesman met at the Mohawk to share their wisdom with music bloggers old and new...."

Critical Mass Upper-Decks Austin, Celebrates Bike Blog's Birthday
Yay for bicycles!
DAILY News  October 1, 2008, by Daniel Mottola
"...Secondly, riders on Friday celebrated the one-year anniversary of local bike blog Austin Texas Bike Stuff or ATXBS.com. Founder, bike commuter, and perennial DIY bike-event fixture Jason Abels has built a huge following, reporting over 300,000 hits to the site – 6,200 this month alone..."

Welcome to 'The Austin Chronicle' Election Blog
DAILY News  October 23, 2006, by Lee Nichols
"...We'll be your one-stop shop for races that affect Austinites. The blog will be divided into three sections; in this area we'll keep tabs on the city of Austin bonds, county races, and local statehouse and congressional seats...."

Kudos to Prentiss Riddle's Blog
Postmarks  October 5, 2004
"...Dear Editor, I was so pleased to see that Prentiss Riddle was recognized this year for his amazing, addicting, and engaging blog ["Best of Austin," Oct. 1]..."

A Non-SXSW Gaming Blog
Where we catch up on some local news
DAILY Screens  March 9, 2012, by James Renovitch


What's That on Your Blog? Fred Schneider, Part 2
One part of the B-52's/Superions front man was not enough.
DAILY The Gay Place  November 5, 2010, by Kate X Messer


Live Texas Relays Blog
Follow the action of one America's greatest track & field meets live online
DAILY Sports  April 3, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Hey everybody, I'll once again be live-blogging the Texas Relays for Track & Field News, the nation's most important magazine covering the sport. Of course, if you live in Austin, you should just get down to the stadium and watch them in person, but if you can't, click on that link to follow the highlights. I won't be at the stadium today due to the responsibilities of my other job (covering politics for the Chronicle), but I'll be there all day Friday and Saturday..."

Toros Season Three, Take Two; Plus Blog Contest for Fans!
DAILY Sports  December 10, 2007, by Josh Rosenblatt


Okay this is my Off topic Blog!
DAILY Promotions  November 28, 2007


An Alternative Universe Blog I Wrote in a Dream
DAILY Sports  January 11, 2007, by Joe O'Connell


Time Keeps On Slipping, Slipping, Slipping Into the Future
I never made it into the Mickey Mouse Club as a kid but today I am a proud, shoe carrying member of Club Chronicle 2007.
DAILY Promotions  November 3, 2007
"...Hi, sorry I'm late, my name is Ian and I'm a first time racer and blogger. I never made it into the Mickey Mouse Club as a kid but today I am a proud, shoe carrying member of Club Chronicle 2007..."

Unicorn Booty Bounces
From popular gayfotainment blog to bustling NOLA cafe, here's Booty's
DAILY The Gay Place  March 7, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"...What if your favorite webpage or blog came to life – like real life, not virtual life, onscreen. What would it look like?..."

Smitten Kitchen at BookPeople
Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman packed 'em in on Friday night.
DAILY Food  December 1, 2012, by Melanie Haupt
"...Doing their part to help boost the local economy by buying copies of The Smitten Kitchen cookbook by the armful at $35 a pop, hundreds of Austinites came out to BookPeople last night to see the author of said cookbook (and the blog that spawned it, smittenkitchen.com), Deb Perelman...."

Naked City
In Central Texas, lefties thrive on the Net
News Story  July 29, 2005, by Wells Dunbar
"...Blog! If blog weren't the single most overused term blogging through the blogosphere, we'd love to blog it. Television and print news, facing declining viewership, readership, revenue, and ratings, have tried to both sink and tether themselves to the new information medium, running features maligning the weblog as a shadowy consortium of partisan hacks exempt from campaign finance laws, then trumpeting it as the high tech evolution of a free press..."

Unicorn Booty's New Dish
Popular LGBTQ blog expands to brick-and-mortar restaurant
Screens Story  March 8, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"...Imagine your favorite Web page or blog came to life – like real life, not virtual life. What would it look like? Who'd be there? How would it taste, feel, smell?..."

Page Two: Between the Lines
What editors blog about when they blog about editing
Columns  August 6, 2010, by Louis Black
"...The following is excerpted with permission from the Voice's Runnin' Scared news blog. For clarity of context, it is edited very slightly at the beginning..."

The Critic vs. Blogger Myth
Or: Why Critics Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Web
DAILY Music  March 25, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...The concept and ethos of No Depression as it existed in print largely would not work on the Web. Alden and fellow founder Peter Blackstock attributed much of the magazine’s woes to the emergence of online media and rising influence of blogs, bemoaning that music criticism had been reduced to press releases and mp3s with no real substance, insight, or inspiration..."

The Cowboys Get a Special Talking to (Cue the Sentimental Music)
DAILY Sports  December 28, 2006, by Jeremy Martin
"...Despite the warnings of my three visiting Christmas spirits, I’ve neglected my blog again. This time, however, it wasn’t because of laziness or boredom or even the lure of sweet, sweet Internet pornography. Nope, I haven’t been blogging lately because, when my positive, pro-Cowboy rants became laughingly naive, I hung up my keyboard, afraid I’d jinxed my beloved team. But on Christmas, when the Cowboys fell 23-7 and dropped the division, though I hadn't written a thing about the game, I realized my blog isn’t jinxing the Cowboys..."

New in Print: 'Austin Breakfast Tacos'
Blog Taco Journalism leaps to print with this ode to the best meal of the day
Food Story  July 19, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Back in the days before Yelp and Twitter, a group of intrepid Austin taco lovers dedicated themselves to sharing their passion for and research about the distinctive variety of breakfast tacos available in our fair city. The wildly popular blog Taco Journalism (www.tacojournalism.blogspot.com) was started in 2006, becoming a must-read for locals and taco-curious visitors alike..."

Can Thug Kitchen Stand the Heat?
Controversial bloggers visit Austin tomorrow
DAILY Food  October 15, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...When I spoke to Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway, the authors of the previously anonymous blog Thug Kitchen and its accompanying cookbook (released October 7), shit hadn’t gotten that real yet. Sure, people were pissed that the L.A.­-based duo turned out to be young, white, hipsters – but the real drama lay ahead...."

Feeding the 'Afflicted'
Clif Prowse and Derek Lee have a new angle on found footage
DAILY Screens  September 24, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...The other … co-directors/stars Clif Prowse and Derek Lee want to keep that a secret. Prowse said, "The movie starts off as this travel blog, and then it takes this very abrupt turn."..."

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Alison Klayman's doc is as much a rallying cry for freedom of expression as it is a portrait in progress of an artist whose career is ongoing.
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Film Review  August 10, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Many Chinese citizens flocked to his side, spreading out to gather the names that the government was unwilling to assemble. Major exhibitions of his art in Munich and London further solidified Ai’s worldwide reputation, while a popular blog he wrote in China was shuttered by government officials, which is when Ai took to Twitter..."

Curating Craigslist
Local blog culls the deals from the dreck
Screens Story  December 9, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Enter Thou Shall Craigslist (www.thoushallcraigslist.blogspot.com), an Austin-specific blog that does the weeding out for you to present a finely curated sampling of the best the site has to offer: a vintage cedar chest, an Eames-style armchair, a Norman Rockwell reprint you swear you saw in your grandparents' foyer decades ago...."

Naked Boys Ticket Give-Away!
Free Naked Boys! Singing!
DAILY The Gay Place  November 29, 2007, by Kate Getty
"...One winner wins the pair (take a date!). Or if you wanna fly solo (not like the audience won't be ripe for the pickin'), let us know, and we'll give away the other one, too. Here's how: Leave a comment here on this blog entry and then send an email to Gay Place (gayplace@austinchronicle.com) with your full name, a day and nighttime phone number, a valid email address, and the name you are using in your blog registration. Essay Topic: Tell us about the first time you felt free in your naked body..."

You Don't Need to Be a Hairdresser to Know Which Way the Hair Whorls
DNA barometer readings for your sexuality.
DAILY The Gay Place  August 14, 2007, by Kate X Messer
"...Warning: Reading this blog entry may compel you to grab two mirrors and look at the back of your head. Phew. I'm so glad I'm not the only one who peppers her everyday language with phrases like "hair whorl direction" or "attached earlobes" or "recessive alleles." But I digress...."

Wal-Mart Belongs on Freeways
DAILY News  December 21, 2006, by Wells Dunbar


Dickens Does Dallas: A Christmastime Visit From the Ghosts of Henny Youngman, Rodney Dangerfield, and Andrew Dice Clay Teaches Me the True Meaning of Cowboys Football
DAILY Sports  December 8, 2006, by Jeremy Martin
"...I'll admit I'd gotten burned out on my Dallas Cowboys blog. It seemed like I've been making the same lame jokes and obvious observations all season..."

What the Hell Happened at Austinist?
Local site dramatically changes direction after NYC overhaul
DAILY Screens  June 14, 2013, by Dan Solomon
"...It’d be a misnomer to call anything that started in 2005 an “institution,” but Austinist – the scrappy group blog started that year by Ben Brown as part of Jake Dobkin and Jen Chung’s NYC-based Gothamist network of culture websites – has certainly established itself as an important player in the Austin media landscape since then...."

Beer Laws Moving Today
Your guide to the mixed reactions
DAILY Food  March 25, 2013, by Ivy Le
"...Today and tomorrow, the Texas Senate is expected to vote on the four beer bills, Senate Bills 515-518, and a fifth, SB 639, introduced at the last minute by Commerce Committee Chair John Carona, R-Dallas. The last bill is described by San Antonio beer blogger Markus Hass as “a wish list of demands from the Wholesale Beer Distributors of Texas.”..."

OUTlander's Weird National Attention
And not 'weird' in a 'Keep Austin Weird' good way
DAILY The Gay Place  March 6, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"...Austin's sweet, LGBTQ music/multimedia fest has gotten some national blog love this week; too bad Autostraddle and HuffPo totally screwed it up...."

We’re Fluffing the Guest Towels for Dax & Kristen As We Speak
'Hit & Run' stars would hide out in Austin
DAILY Screens  August 23, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Sloth enthusiasts/insanely cute couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell – seriously, they’re like a robust sneeze shy of gratingly adorable (grating only in that we envy their simpatico-ness and facial symmetry) – did an interview with NY Mag's Vulture blog and name-checked Austin as witness protection paradise...."

Local Gaming News-Bites
For those not following every game developer's Twitter feed
DAILY Screens  April 27, 2012, by James Renovitch
"...I'm doing my best to keep up with it all. Here are a few key words that will be explained if you click through: Starhawk, Leisure Suit Larry, Dishonored, De-Pixilated, Rooster Teeth, and what blog would be complete without Elijah Wood...."

What Amazon Will – But Mostly Won't – Do For You
Need a few reasons to shop local? BookPeople's got 'em
DAILY Books  December 7, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Heard about Amazon's sneaky new scheme to enlist an army of information gatherers? In a new blog post, one of BookPeople's employees explains what the online retail giant won't do for you...."

Silent But Deadly
Bangable Dudes in History hits on Buster Keaton
DAILY Screens  July 13, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...The perfectly delightful if, ahem, underproducing blog Bangable Dudes in History breaks down Buster Keaton's hotness in handy pie-chart form...."

'Strange Powers' Ticket Giveaway!
Celebrate the Austin screenings of Strange Powers w/ Gay Place and WIN!
DAILY The Gay Place  December 8, 2010, by Kate X Messer
"...We'll draw the winner tomorrow at 10am from the batch and inform the winner immediately. (If the link does not work for you, email: gayplace@austinchronicle.com) Bonne chance, beeeeyotches!! LEGAL JUNK: RULESYou must be 21 years of age or older to win.One entry per person per contest.Open only to residents of Texas.Winning of prize package DOES NOT include meals, transportation, gas, or any other amenity not mentioned in this blog entry.The odds of winning depend on the total number of entries received.Winners are drawn at random.The event is rain or shine.In the event of non-confirming prize winners, another winner will be drawn and notified Friday afternoon..."

Longhorns Hope to Beat ‘Them’ Before Becoming ‘Them’
Aggies attack Austin!
DAILY Sports  November 25, 2010, by Joe O'Connell
"...The nervous reply on a University of Texas football blog says it all. And the “them,” if you need any nudging in this rivalry week, is the Texas A&M Aggies...."

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