Glenn Reynolds could be called my blog-grandaddy (or something), as that was one of his funny terms he used back when blogging was the coolest new thing. He must have been one of the earilest political bloggers for sure, as I remember reading Instapundit in 2001, or even 2000 or so - I can remember where I lived at the time which pinpoints the year pretty closely.
Glenn is a law professor at the University of Tennessee, and he doesn't try to remain anonymous (which is why I know this). I always wondered how he had enough time to do write posts, usually at the rate of 2 to 5 per hour during the day. Granted, Glenn does not write very long at a time. The usefulness of his blog is in his pointing out articles from around the web. He usually has something to say about each, but it varies from short paragraph to just a word or two and the remark "heh!", which he should have copyrighted by now along with "Indeed", and "They said if I voted for [insert name of liberatian/conservative candidate who lost] then [insert bad thing created by winning left-wing politican] would happpen, and they were right!" Yeah, that never stops being funny, until it does. Heh! Glenn, just messing with you.
Glenn is an incessant blogger, and therefore, if one is bored, he can find a new link and/or a bit of writing about and article, usually anytime a half hour has passed since the last veiw. As of lately, there are some co-bloggers that write close to half the posts. This is a new thing, as these people used to only blog when Glenn would take the week off. Professor Reynolds may be getting a bit slower in his old age, but this website is still the classic political blog.