On the Internet nobody knows you have a tumblelog.
In a sea of ephemera, the sturdiest work is only more noticeable. […] We binge on instant knowledge, but we are learning the hazards, and readers are warier than they used to be of nanosecond-interpretations of Supreme Court decisions. The economics of the business have not suddenly improved, but in the midst of all the opining with authority and speed, it’s nice to be reminded that the alternative doesn’t make you a luddite. In Praise of Slow Journalism : The New Yorker