That's my content.
You say you can't figure out how to make it link. I'm not sure how that's possible since my post's internal links are still there. Now that I look, it seems many of your posts are devoid of links. That's okay. You're probably just new at this - and we all had to learn. It can be tricky, I know.
[Ed.'s update: No, actually, you've linked before, I see them now.]
Here's the deal though: even if you couldn't figure out how to link (my guess is if you look carefully at whatever platform you use to blog, there will be a toolbar icon that looks like a globe with a little link on it - the link sorta looks like an infinity sign - or just a link icon - click on it and see what happens. Insert site address accordingly) - you still could've given me credit.
Like when you said "Check out this review of the Westly blog" you could've easily said "check out this review of the Westly blog by Phoblographer*" or "by Christiana Dominguez" or "by Phoblographer's Christiana Dominguez" or even - if you prefer a more passive construction - "by Christiana Dominguez of Phoblographer*." I wouldn't even be mad if you forgot the asterisk. Most people leave it off - and that's okay.
But you found the post and you used the content with zero attribution. That is unacceptable and breaks the unwritten blogger code by which we all live.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this issue.