A collection of famous essays about weblogs, chiefly by weblog writers. From Cameron Barrett to Derek Powazek, from the Kaycee Nicole FAQ to the Blogma 2001 diatribe, this slender volume collects a variety of key documents about the early history of weblogs. Many readers will find many of these essays familiar, but collecting them in a nicely designed hardcover volume makes them more accessible and, perhaps, more permanent.

The title page attributes the volume, curiously, to "the editors of Perseus Publishing".