SilkCharm Sachertorte reporting from Second Life, in pajamas & fluffy duck slippers.
Pajamahadeen or Pajamahideen is a portmanteau of pajamas and Mujahideen meaning “bloggers who challenge and fact-check traditional media” (according to The American Dialect Society, which voted it the Most Creative word of 2004.) The word refers to news bloggers, suggesting their goals as overthrowing the news establishment. (“Mujahideen” comes from an Arabic word referring to those who participate in jihad; bloggers are said to work in their pajamas.)
Let us not forget that Michael Arrington, who blogs TechCrunch from his spare room, sells advertising for $12,000 a pop, plus conferences, job boards etc. making around $2.5 million per year. Though others say $10 millon per year. If he wants to blog nekkid he can, for that sort of money. Caveat: I’d pay some bloggers $2.5 million to put clothes on.