So the Wall Street Journal ran a story with the sexy but very misleading headline "Have Food Blogs Come of Age?" that pretends to ask if "the mainstream culinary world finally acknowledges bloggers." The article's author doesn't actually talk to to anyone in the "mainstream culinary world" like chefs or professional critics — really the story is just a bunch of short profiles of wealthy people who visit a lot of Michelin-starred restaurants and blog about their dinners. More fun: one of the blogs that comprises this "coming of age" hasn't been updated with new content in almost ten months. [WSJ]
Building a successful co-op should also be "rooted in justice, equity, and a holistic view of the world"