Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Now weblogging is gaining the imprimatur of WSJ Online: their new Afternoon Report is a series of quick updates on key news items, still avoiding head-to-head competition with other continuously updating news portals. It's an interesting concept, probably making for good train or coffee break reading. Even the government is getting into the weblog act, with a Utah IT manager popping out IT-specific insights on a regular basis. The main problem with weblogs is that you have to trust the editorial capabilities of their publishers, but when you have professionals such as these working on them, their value tends to stand up pretty well to scrutiny.
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