Must be remnants of sour grapes from the Rathergate debacle. What the big media dinausaurs don't understand is Blogging is not a one-way monologue...
Microsoft is planning to use our private data in Windows to usurp Google as the premier search engine.
It is a war of the mind and these are the real weapons of war - not guns or bombs. Take away their technology and they would be back in their tents tending goats.
It appears that blogs have finally elevated from a cyber-niche of lonely geeks to a powerful political tour de force:
The mark of a man (or woman) is not how many mistakes he didn't make - but rather how he handles those mistakes. Everybody messes up and his exemplary career to date demands absolution. As for CBS' handling of the matter, I'm not so sure.
Trump said it best. At the end of the show he leaned back in his chair and said "it doesn't get any better than that". Can you spell P-O-W-E-R F-R-E-A-K?
The doom and gloom naysayers are predicting that comment spamming will mark the end of blogging, (or at least as we now know it) and are advocating the removal of commenting altogether.
Bloggers have long been the brunt of criticism and ridicule from mainstream journalists. They look down on us like so much rabble - a bunch of misfits and amateur would-be, wannabes deserving of their scorn and disdain. Well it seems that bloggers have finally gained the upper hand this time.