For ten years the Daily Dish has shown us the full potential of the blog as a medium. Sometimes a heated argument, occasionally infuriating, at times the sort of intellectual tour de force that might otherwise only be found in the dialogue of a Woody Allen movie, always with art, music and short videos that revolt, fascinate and at times inspire. This experiment has matured and developed over time and at present the Daily Dish's focal position in the blog world is largely due to its ability to grow, fill the gaps in the Internet world and attract new readers. The Internet would be a pale place without it.

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