The Vanity Fair party
: I’ve been remiss not linking to Vanity Fair’s new site.
I took some crap here because Vanity Fair was not online; it wasn’t my fault, really, but because I get to hang out in the Conde cafeteria, I had to accept some level of blame. So I’m glad to see that they are finally up and the site is very nicely done. James Wolcott beat them to the punch with his blog. But now the magazine has content from print as well as a banquet of links, including many to bloggers.
The Independent in London writes a happy review of the site, glad to finally be able to read some of VF over there.
There’s a party going on in cyberspace. It’s a classy affair, with A-list celebrities, wise, old coves, rapier wits and blindingly bright members of the intelligentsia. It should be a damned good party, because it’s been a long time coming. Several years after most magazines dipped their toe in the water by launching online editions, one of Cond