If the “world” of Boing Boing is not merely “wild” and “wacky” but “profitable,” why does your article on the subject never ever actually document the income, expenses, and profits of the site? In 2007, Frauenfelder admitted the site takes in a million a year just in ads. What are the current numbers? Were you forbidden from asking? too afraid to ask? Did your editors suppress that reporting?

(Cf. Cory Doctorow’s six-figure income.)

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