David Dayen came of age as a writer during a golden age for bloggers.
Dayen, a 1990 graduate of Council Rock High School, was making a living in Los Angeles editing films and TV programs. “Name a channel on your digital cable package, and I’ve probably done something for it,” he says.
Interested in expressing his opinion in prose since his days as a columnist for his high school paper, Dayen, who is 43, discovered blogging around 2004. “I would be editing, and there’d be something . . . that would take a few minutes, and I’d go over and blog something,” he recalled. “It became more and more a part of my life, on my personal websites at the time, and these big political blog sites.
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