Time of Death: February ’09?

I’m fairly new to the blog scene, being that I entered about a year ago and know that many other folks know much more about blog politics, their writers, their worthiness and the like. That being said, I have eto comment on this TCS Daily article regarding the nature and future of blogs: I believe that as humans we have an innate need to communicate with others. What medium that takes on can be determined by schedule, gender, socio-economic status, and any number of other factors.

Blogging is a form of communication, one that fulfills for some people was phoning, e-mails, and letters apparently donot. Will your ever-favorite Metroblogging DC be no more come 2009 (or at least no longer in the same vein and quirkyness it currently is)? Let’s hope not – because for me the question is about the need and desire for a specific mode of communication. And in a city like DC, where who you know (and stretch it a little – your communication with them) is many times your professional and personal capital, I can’t imagine any major form of communication having an internt-bubble-type death.

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