Michael Musto, who writes the "La Dolce Musto" column in the Voice, says his secret to staying relevant is keeping his distance from celebs, in this Toronto Star profile. Musto also claims that he "pioneered snark" and says that the proliferation of celebrity blogs and Web sites "forces me to go wilder and aim lower and provide something the Internet can't." Apparently, the decline in standards hasn't hurt Musto's reputation. Says here that "(h)e's been described rapturously as 'one of the wittiest stylists in the English language, master of the Oscar Wildesque segue.'"

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