The blog "revolution": some numbers
Web geeks have been jawing and preening about the blog revolution for so long now--it feels like they started, oh, during the Ford administration--that it's easy to overlook the fact that blogs are only now coming on the radar of the masses. Time Magazine's decision to coin a "blog of the year" award for 2004 has spawned loads of localized blogging stories around the country like the one that ran on KARE 11 last month. Mainstream media has blog fever in a big way at the moment, but what's still lacking is a sense of scale.
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