Comments are back on reality blurred, thanks to Spot.im.
Facebook is again changing the news feed, and if you rely on Facebook to show you news or stories from publications and websites that you like—such as this one!—you may be affected.
Last year, borrowing from a favorite newspaper columnist, I started a new tradition: sharing with you who I am, what I do, what I believe, and things you should know. A new year has arrived, so it’s time to update you with a new edition.
I can’t end this year without expressing my eternal gratitude goes to the 56 people who are reality blurred’s current patrons.
And I do realize that not everyone can become a patron, or wants to use Patreon, so by frequent request, I’ve added a few more ways to support the site.
It’s the end of the year, and that means I’m reflecting about this year, and what I’d like to do next year. And I need your help.
reality blurred merch, as they used to say on Bands on the Run, is here, thanks to a few people who’ve requested it over the years.
Yes, you can now get many things—t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, travel mugs, clocks, notebooks, stickers—that advertise your favorite reality TV web site, featuring the new logo that debuted at the beginning of this year.
Before the calendar turns over from the month of gratitude to the month of glorious consumerism in the name of gift-giving, a brief thanks to the 55 people who’ve given me a huge gift by being the first to step up to support reality blurred and my writing. I am so grateful to all of you…. continue reading
Happy Halloween, and Halloween thanks to the dozen people who dropped something better than candy into my electronic bucket this month.
Thanks to the people who came on board in September as supporters of reality blurred and my work. If you want to join them, there’s still time.
I’m okay after Hurricane Irma. Some thoughts during and after the storm, and some thanks for those who helped me and are helping others.
Will you join these 34 people who’ve helped support reality blurred’s mission of covering the world of reality television?
A periodic reminder for new and busy reality blurred readers about how to stay connected and not miss any of my reality TV show reviews and news.
Why I’m supporting net neutrality with a pop-up window today that brings attention to the FCC’s proposed changes, which could affect us all very soon.
reality blurred went live on July 6, 2000, so today is its 17th anniversary, and with that comes the next chapter: the opportunity to join me as a patron.
During Survivor Game Changers, Sarah Lacina demonstrated an excellent social game and strategy. She also wore a pair of shoes that she says “gave me an edge on my competition.” Now you can win your own pair—enter below! Those shoes were Body Glove 3T Barefoot shoes, and the company that makes them reached out to me, and when I asked,… continue reading