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Help me find anonymous/pseudonymous bloggers?
November 13, 2011 3:04 AM   Subscribe

Can you help me find currently-active anonymous or pseudonymous bloggers? Niche is fine (e.g. mommybloggers, warbloggers, foodbloggers), but more popular/well-known is better.

It seems like every anonymous blog I knew about's come out from under the veil, willingly or not, including Belle du Jour, Waiter Rants, Fake Steve Jobs, Gay Girl in Damascus, etc. I'm doing research for a blog post about the topic, and would love as many currently-maintained anonymous/pseudonymous blogs you can throw at me. Thanks so much.
posted by waxpancake to Computers & Internet (15 answers total) 16 users marked this as a favorite
 
The Epicurean Dealmaker, M&A investment banker.
posted by themel at 3:13 AM on November 13, 2011


Annoyed Librarian
posted by kittydelsol at 3:38 AM on November 13, 2011 [1 favorite]


The Pearl Professor. Although some people thought they had it figured out a few years ago, it's never been confirmed.
posted by Houstonian at 3:52 AM on November 13, 2011 [1 favorite]


Mimi Smartypants, my favorite.
posted by theatro at 4:07 AM on November 13, 2011 [1 favorite]


Manolo's Shoe Blog.
posted by fuse theorem at 4:10 AM on November 13, 2011


Ruth Bourdain
posted by O9scar at 6:15 AM on November 13, 2011


I believe Mini Microsoft is still pseudonymous.
posted by anildash at 6:43 AM on November 13, 2011


Mimi Smartypants was completely anonymous for a long time, but I'm not sure if she still qualifies. I know she does readings occasionally, she just wrote about agreeing to go talk to some college students.
posted by insectosaurus at 6:43 AM on November 13, 2011


Mexican antinarco blogs?
posted by Tom-B at 6:44 AM on November 13, 2011


On the liberal political front, we have Atrios (though he's pretty much out), Digby, Angry Black Lady, Tbogg (also pretty much out), the whole crew at Fafblog (when they post), the guys at Sadly, no!
posted by Gilbert at 7:03 AM on November 13, 2011


Ace of Spades. It's actually a group blog, but Ace, the leader, is a pseudonym.

There's also Allah-pundit, coblogger at Hot Air.
posted by Chocolate Pickle at 7:33 AM on November 13, 2011


I'm a big fan of Tales from the Hood - I have no idea how well-known the blog is outside of humanitarian/development circles. This interview with "J" discusses why he and many other bloggers in aid NGOs stay anonymous.
posted by naoko at 9:32 AM on November 13, 2011


These are great, thanks everyone.
posted by waxpancake at 4:20 PM on November 13, 2011


Gilbert: Looks like Angry Black Lady came out too.
posted by waxpancake at 4:43 PM on November 13, 2011


Isabella V from the "She's a Flight Risk" Blog, which is now defunct.
posted by MesoFilter at 9:50 PM on December 5, 2011


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