I actually agree with Jane's reasoning for not wanting to go to college, her point about not wanting to rack up debt when she already has a career going is a logical and wise one. Moreover, many intelligent and successful people don't go to college, or even finish high school. However, I think she could use a certain "real world" education where a person's biggest problem in life is not which shoe(s) to bring home from Barneys. Her tone on her blog, and worse her Twitter, was very similar to the girl that was portrayed in the newspaper article -- a condescending, naive, spoiled brat. She is still very young though, what 19?, maybe she'll grow out of it.
Personality aside, I'd probably still follow her blog, but I feel like her style has swung in a direction that doesn't appeal to me. I actually don't think she's contrived, I think she genuinely has eccentric (and I'll even say interesting) taste in movies, clothes, art, etc. but she has become a little too avant-garde for my liking over the past year or so.
I agree with iluvejeisa's point, that at least she's not a mindless cookie-cutter girl who dresses and looks like everyone else, and has these over-thought scripted ingenue answers for everything. ...To me that's a fate worse than being a little snobby.