I’m writing a column about how to stage an intervention for a certain magazine editor with a dangerous addiction to online blegging. At first, it seemed under control. He’d ask readers for help with obscure economic phenomena or industry practices from hard to find experts in the field. Then he started asking for more general stuff. And now, just the other day, he had to be stopped from blegging:
HELP — DOES THE MILK IN MY FRIDGE SMELL BAD TO YOU? [NAME WITHHELD]
If you have any idea how to help this brilliant and talented man before he lets the blegging completely take over his life please let me know. Also, if you have tips about how to keep him from lashing out at those — like me — who care the most about him I’m interested in that too.