July 22nd, 2008

Village Voice media launched a new blog yesterday, Heartless Doll, with yours truly as one of the two lead bloggers! Modeled off Topless Robot, the fanboy humor site that earns points for its unabashed dorkiness, Heartless Doll currently has a staff of five female writers and exciting ambitions as a pop culture site for women.

You can imagine my beat: funky tech, sex and relationships, video games with a girly angle. I’m also psyched to have an official excuse to blog about adorableness, bizarre fashion, or even impressive confections. Yes, that’s right, cake. So far my contributions have included a post about Japanese Wii Fit porn (after the hoola hoop girl, this was bound to happen) and a list of the top ten most ridiculous undergarments worn by women in video games. Time bitch, I’m looking at you.

Anyways, check the site out–and try not to get too distracted by the bloody metal mannequin that is temporarily our mascot. Sexbot, anyone?

Tags: my articles, new sites, Women rock!

4 Responses to “Heartless Doll: Where We Heart Pop Culture”

  1. Soulofaqua Says:

    The observable universe is constantly expanding. Scientist have been predicting that the force of gravity is slowing this down whilst it is actually accelerating. Now it appears Eintstein was right that Bonnie will eventually rule the internet.

  2. Bonnie Ruberg Says:

    Haha, it’s true though that blogs just keep going and going. Sometimes I think of all the defunct blogs/matter out there on the internet and I just want to go around with a dustpan and sweep up. It would make me feel so much better about adding content to the world.

  3. Soulofaqua Says:

    This does not mean you have to start a new blog that is a small deviation of your current blogs every day xD.

  4. Bonnie Ruberg Says:

    Keep in mind I also just moved out to San Fran, which means I’m freelancing full time for the first time, so I’m taking on a lot of new projects. Thus the expanding universe :).

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