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The New York Mag On Blogs

A big story from the New Yorker. Steve has a great summary.

As you read it, you see the continued focus on what makes the A-list tick. I wonder how much bloggers really care about whether they are making the lists or not. I could care less. I’m sure some care lots.

What would be really interesting is a story on what makes bloggers tick – what we care about. For me it’s about the creation, exchange and archival of ideas. And, the simple utility of staying in touch with friends and folks with a similar interest that aren’t in my daily circle.

One Response

  1. By Brian Johnson on February 14th, 2006 at 4:23 am

    Andy, it’s New York magazine, not the New Yorker.

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