Tuesday, October 07, 2003
Blogs are more the Web than the Web ever was before. I shoot out a strand to connect to that blog on law and then to that blog on journalism and then to that blog on tech. And some of those blogs shoot strands back at me. And others I didn't even know about shoot strands at me. And pretty soon we have this simple but enormously intricate web of interconnection, pulled together not by any single interest in a single topic, but by our many overlapping interests in dozens of topics. Blogging emphasizes who we are, not what we are or where we work or where we live. It is a new form of communicating and connecting and, for that reason alone, it is revolutionary.
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