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February 27, 2006

Journal writer defends blogs--and points to his own

Stephen Baker

The Wall Street Journal's Jason Fry offers a level-headed analysis of blogs. And he slyly points to his own baseball blog . Wonder how the WSJ pointer juiced traffic to his Mets site. (Looks like a good site. If it covered the Phillies, I'd subscribe to the feed.)

By the way, after asking on Saturday for technical advise, I bought a 12-inch PowerBook G4 yesterday and downloaded the DevonThink software that PXL suggested. Still trying to figure it out.

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stephen,

i agree, the WSJ story was one of the more pragmatic takes on blogs. i do find it interesting to see how the mainstream media as suddenly "discovered" the blogosphere.

Posted by: mark evans at February 27, 2006 10:09 PM


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