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    Spoofs and reviews

    Since I am a native Spanish speaker, and I write this in English, I guess I should act as a bridge among the English and Spanish blogosphere at least part-time
    There's something going on in the Spanish blogosphere which I think is peculiar to it; at least, I haven't seen it done systematically. There's a site, Smith (and I'm one of its perpetrators, the other one being Algernon), that spoofs other blogs. The first one was a spoof of PJorge, and some other have continued. It has received mixed reviews.
    For instance, it's been reviewed by Borjamari, which is the review site I was talking about. It basically does that: reviews blogs, and gives them stars depending on its (subjective) quality.
    The fact that the first does not exist (or maybe it does, but I don't know about it) speaks about the non-Spanish idiosincrasy, if there's such a thing, but the fact that the second does not exists tells us that maybe it's not necessary. Don't you think so?

    2003-07-07 18:11 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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