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March 16, 2007

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Drew,

I agree. All your points are valid. But the deadwood media is always at least six to 12 months behind the conversation.

At the moment we are trying to push http://www.fuelmyblog.com/ and except for a few journalists a lot of people just don't get. I still have journalists asking me "so what is a blog then?"

As an former Hack this worries me because as they see their circulation fall through the floor they can't see the alternatives.

I posted a dissertation yesterday too, and another today on all this.

Imho you twitterbugs have found a new toy, is all :)

(Actually, I object more to the content drivel than the app itself, I think it needs new use cases and usage discipline so it can scale better)

What's wrong with sharing what you've had for dinner?

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