Today's FT contains a viewpoint column by Alan Cane focusing on the impact of blogging on traditional journalism. "Blogging ushers in a new form of journalistic coverage", Cane says. The article is titled: "Big Media is big enough for blogs". It explains how blogs work, why they work well, and what impact they will have. Cane interviews Dan Gillmor, whose book is is promoted in the article, and concludes that bloggers can draw together more information faster than orthodox reporters.
It's great to see the FT's audience being addressed in this way on this topic.