Yet another goofy article
on the Huffpo."Personality is king here. ... You tap into these incredibly loyal audiences who make the site part of their identity," Copeland said. "(Huffington Post) has developed a character; people talk about it. It's not really the celebrities. ... It's the community and her."
Glenn Reynolds, creator of another popular political blog, the conservative-leaning Instapundit, agreed.
"They have a community of like-thinking people that they bring together to discuss the issues," he said. "People who think the mainstream media are lapdogs for President Bush can have a happy home at the Huffington Post."
I tend to look at her blog as gathering together all the fish in one big barrel, so we can take (figurative) potshots at them.