You're quite wrong about "fame". I received the Economist Group's EU Campaigner of the Year Award in 2005. In 2002 it went to Pope John Paul II, in 2006 to Colin Firth (2011 Oscar Best Actor), and in 2007 to then-Governor Schwarzenegger. I was named to Managing Intellectual Property magazine's list of the 50 most influential people in IP in two consecutive years. Those are awards of far more prestige than any award Groklaw ever won.
Apart from that, I defended, at the EU level, the biggest revenue source (broadcasting rights) of the world's #1 club in the world's #1 spectator sport, and as a side effect of this effort, high-ranking EU politicians up to the current European Commission Vice President in charge of competition enforcement joined a newly founded fan club.
You can also find my name in the credits of three Blizzard Entertainment titles.
Moreover, I have in recent months been quoted by the world's two leading financial papers (WSJ, FT) and three leading news agencies (Reuters, AP, Bloomberg). In addition, CNN.com, BBC News, Le Monde, El País... I don't know when Groklaw was quoted by media of that profile.
So what does "PJ" bring to the table? A blog full of rants that never had any actual effect on a decision -- it was just a propaganda device all the time.