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September 29, 2005


Thanks, Jane, for the mention. Duncan Riley said 2003-2004 was the Extrovert Generation of blogging, those who wanted people to hear what they had to say. Much of it was about themselves. Katrina initiated a change in how blogging is viewed. Now, among other things it's a means for crisis communication that has nothing to do with Self and everything to do with lending a hand to help our fellow man. That's blogging for GOOD, and I'm all for it.

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