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September 26, 2009

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Great to hear, Drew! I agree that the nature of blog posts might change to accommodate our shortened attention spans, but I rather read your analysis and thoughts here than try and guess them from 140 chars. Cheers.

PS - Thank you for not just going the Posterous route!

I've been finding similar issues recently. I still think there is a place for blogging - for longer form discussion and analysis, but agree that blog posts don't need to be thousand word essays. In fact, the best often aren't (take Mr Godin for example...)

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