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I have resisted the urge to write about weblogs - until now. Truth be told - and probably something a so-called trend-spotter shouldn't admit - I'm not much for bandwagons. If everyone is going right, I'll move left just to avoid the crowd.

I confess that my first take on blogging was that it was just another technology-enabled fad. An......

Full article >>> ming a blog publisher. Indeed, anyone can create a blog. Whether anyone else reads it is another matter, but it is at this point where the reader, rather than writer/publisher, is truly empowered. In print or even online publishing, publishers assume their access to the printing press (physical or digital) washes them in journalistic integrity such that they can say to the reader,

"Trust......

Full article >>> t or issue. Is the frequency daily, hourly, monthly? It doesn't matter so much when, but at what point - the point of inspiration.

My blog also lets me explore a breadth of topics that are tangential to the issues that you, dear reader, expect to be the purview of DEMOletter. If I wrote a column here about local high school football - as I am doing for my blog - you'd no doubt look for t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 11/12/03


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