February 14, 2007
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Blogs and Contact

Press coverage of weblogs centers on the posts and on the audience: what's written, and how many people read?

One terrific rôle of the weblog is that it's a rich personal placeholder, an easily-located place where others may find a reflection of your work and interests. This has already proved invaluable twice today, and it’s still too early for breakfast.

All this occurs off the page, outside the window. It’s almost invisible, but I think it’s terribly important to the way our blogosphere actually works.