Monday, March 26, 2007

Little Blogs Made of Ticky Tacky

Old Norman Lebrecht:

"Classical blogs are spreading but their nutritional value is lower than a bag of crisps. Unlike financial blogs, which yield powerful and profitable secrets, classical web-chat is opinion-rich and info-poor. Until bloggers deliver hard facts and estate agents turn into credible critics, paid-for newspapers will continue to set the standard as only show in town."

New Norman Lebrecht:

"I see esteemed colleagues taking to the blogosphere like birds to worms and some of the amateurs out there stealing our thunder by reporting events and conveying opinion on their blogs faster and more furiously than we do in print."

That was fast!

Kudos to "On An Overgrown Path" for the nice catch.

Little Boxes by Malvina Reynolds

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