The newest issue of The Observer has a piece on blogging. In it Simon Garfield notes how Belle de Jour’s popularity has already created a backlash, on how all-encompassing blogs can get and what a generally wonderful phenomenon blogging is.

The gist of the article is perhaps best summed up in this excerpt:

Those already bored with the phenomenon – particularly the techies who started blogging years ago as a way of sharing boring stuff about computer code – claim that the golden days of blogging are over, that what passes for blogging nowadays is the most banal wash-up of aimless lives, millions of pages slowing the internet and clogging Google. What they really don’t like is that publishing on the internet is not just for geeks any more.

Sound familiar, hmm?

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