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Scent of a Blog

Sid Stafford of Silflay Hraka (written about earlier here) has written a blog entry comparing blogs and other Internet entities to smells. Google is "vanilla ice cream and licorice." Amazon is "Home Depot." InstaPundit is "sawdust, split beer, salted peanuts and cold hard gold." Clever.

According to Sid, my blog smells like "glossy paper." I think that's a good thing -- hey, I could have been "halftime in the men's room at Yankee Stadium," like AOL -- but I have a question: what is the scent of glossy paper, anyway?

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