n. A person who shares too much online, particularly personal information.
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Dan, I was thinking "The Wine Diarrheaist", unless that impinges upon Mike’s intellectual property rights.
—Bill Klapp, “License to Swill?,” Wine Diarist, June 12, 2011
Rock music's most prolific social media diarrheaist apparently failed at her last attempt to verify @CourtneyLoveUK.
—Maureen O'Connor, “Courtney Love Fails at Quest for Verified Twitter Account,” Gawker, March 04, 2010
2004 (earliest)
These are the folks who have never heard the expression "brevity is the soul of wit!" Every e-mail is a mini-novel, a life story, or government report on farm subsidies.
—Pete Blackshaw, “Personalities: The 'Digital Diarrheaist',” Email by Machiavelli, August 14, 2004
A blog named Diarrheaist News ("Bringing you the most revolting, self-indulgent bits of the online community for your self-indulgent pleasure") had a brief and, until now, unmemorable stint back in July 2002.