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Has the internet made us overly sensitive?

Katie Hinderer | 17 August 2011
Since I started blogging more regularly and began interacting with other bloggers. I’ve noticed a reoccurring theme: feelings are constantly hurt.

Mormons excel at fashion blogging

Katie Hinderer | 09 January 2011
Interestingly enough, lately at least half of the fashion bloggers I come across who seem to know what they are doing and excelling at it are Mormon.

Blogs and highlighting the negative

Katie Hinderer | 15 November 2010
I’ve noticed a number lately, especially in the fashion blog category, that seem completely dedicated to highlighting the negative. The writers offer pictures and graphic examples of fashion disasters walking the street, or the celebrity red carpet flop.
 
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