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I’m always intrigued by the mainstream media’s confusion over defining what blogging is and why bloggers are doing it (The Daily Show’s recent commentary on the differences/similarities did a great job of summing up some of the issues) because I…
February 27, 2005

I’m always intrigued by the mainstream media’s confusion over defining what blogging is and why bloggers are doing it (The Daily Show’s recent commentary on the differences/similarities did a great job of summing up some of the issues) because I can’t help but feel that in many ways what bloggers and those who read their work are doing is demanding a new way of accessing the news, an interactive mode of delivery which allows the user to feel involved instead of distanced from the medium.

From Wired, this article on a new way of looking at the world.

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