Renaissance Chambara is pontificating about blogging's impact on public relations. He takes into account Tom Foremski's recent rant, and reflects on what I pointed out, that blogs have already been overtaken, well lapped in fact, by Myspace (with over 63 million members right now). Bloggers keep harping on about how much of a big deal they are, but the media doesn't know what's hit it yet.
I totally agree with RC. This massive MySpace generation is not a demographic of information workers, like us bloggers. MySpacers are mostly school kids, first jobbers, travellers, or they're at Uni. So Give it a few years and the media will really feel the pinch.