The WSJ profiles Gina Trapani, grand master of sibling site Lifehacker. And author Andrew Lavallee gets her. He's quick to how useful her tips are, and how kind her delivery is, free the snark and sarcasm that other unnamed blogs, "particularly those on technology" use as calling cards. Sarcasm on the internet? Where?
Anyhow its a great honor for Gina, and a great read, highlighting why Gina is so successful: She's helpful, and she's friendly. Like a sane Martha Stewart for geeks. OK, I'm gushing, someone slap me.
WSJ on Gina Trapani [via Boing Boing]