NPR had an amusing report on blogging this morning, focusing on the phenomenon of “audio blogging,” most of which isn’t actually blogging. The thing I found amusing was Bob Edwards’ intro to the piece, in which he said something like, “Bloggers, sometimes known by the nickname web loggers, have online journals called blogs.” Close enough, Bob. . . .

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  1. Matt says:

    I heard the report, too. Fairly amusing.