Blogging Milestone

BLOGGING MILESTONE….The LA Times opinion section uses almost all its back page today for a piece about bloggers going to the Democratic convention. It’s a fun little quiz of ten blogs to see if you can identify which ones were credentialed vs. those that were credentialed but later had their credentials revoked. (The link is here, although the online version doesn’t do justice to the print version, which included nice little graphics for each blog.)

Anyway, the only reason I’m pointing it out is that I think it’s a milestone: a story related to blogging that’s not about the phenomenon of blogging itself and just assumes you know what a blog is. This might be the first time I’ve seen anything like that in the mainstream press.

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