And the links! Suddenly newyorker.com is linking to us, which is a lot of pressure, because people have a certain expectation of quality from the New Yorker, which we don't share here at smallotry.com. We let if flow, for better or for worse. Remember the "History of Violence" liveblogging. I didn't realize that when you liveblog, you're supposed to post each thought as it happens, not just write them all down and post them at the end.
But there's more! This week over at mentalfloss.com there is a whole bunch of stuff about The Short Book. You can see today's interview: here.
Now what does this mean for the average smallotry.com reader? It means there are going to be a lot more of you pretty soon, and that means that things need to get a lot more mainstream. In the real world, people don't want to read links to articles, and they don't care what other people think about movies. People who live in the real world care about one thing: mainstream things. And smallotry.com is bowing to the pressure.
Will there be more sex and gossip here? If that is mainstream. Will there be more photo funnies? If I can figure out how to upload them. Will there be content about smallotry and other shortness related bigotry? As long as the majority of people find that information to be conventional.
Let's do this, together.