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July 09, 2006


I don't know if you picked up on the story on micro-persuasion (http://www.micropersuasion.com/2006/07/online_news_sto.html) about stories on internet news sites only lasting 36 hours.

Anyway, it adds to the weight of the blogosphere, since blogs will often pick up and follow up stories over a much longer period.

Two lunches are, of course, in order for a journalist who blogs. ;)

No.2 works for me - 1 doesn't and 3 sounds partonising.

Something else - deliver on what you promise - mega lesson IMO - otherwise you get flayed.

Wow we do sound a little narcissistic - such a shame that it is all true!

Although I don't think I know anyone who wouldn't agree with number 2. Everyone loves a good gossip - isn't that why more people receive popbitch than read The Independent?

I also like the way we bloggers sound a little dangerous, which is true in the 'uncontainable' capacity.

But I suppose that just brings me back to my first point again...

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