The Blogosphere Running on Fumes?

Dave Hoffman

Dave Hoffman is the Murray Shusterman Professor of Transactional and Business Law at Temple Law School. He specializes in law and psychology, contracts, and quantitative analysis of civil procedure. He currently teaches contracts, civil procedure, corporations, and law and economics.

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  1. A.W. says:

    my Dad owned one of those pintos. it was colored, according to my mom, “puke green.” He worked for a trucking company then (and still does). one day a truck rolled loose and hit the pinto in the back of the car so hard it went through a wall.

    No explosion ensued.


    anyway, the big problem with the economic thing is, well, no one wants to pay for anything on the internet, and we have been innundated with ads for so long we are pretty numb to them. i truly don’t think i have ever been influenced by an ad, besides a movie trailer, since i was 20.

    And i bit my tongue on this, but “pajamas media?” really? that is the best title they could come up with? if you don’t know the history behind the title, it is merely a head scratcher. if you know the history, well, it comes off as a little whiney. “Oh, someone said something mean about us once, so let’s call ourselves pajamas media and we wil show him!” Names like power line, instapundit, even concurring opinions seem better if only because they are non-whiney. Let them insult you, while you quietly tear down the msm. Success is the best revenge, not whining.