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As we all know, the number one rule of the blogosphere is that you must write about the blogosphere (it's like the opposite of the Fight Club), and in the absence of a "bitchmeme" for this weekend -- although Twitter's intermittent issues come close -- we have some link-trolling extraordinaire from Henry over at Techcrunch,…

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Update: Fred has an update on his post in which he makes it clear that he wasn't picking on Matt or Erick, and he has also retired the term "journablogger." And Mike Arrington has now come to the defence of Erick and Matt, and questioned Fred's motives in posting what he did -- although I…

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I kind of missed this one a few days ago, there being so many other things to blog about -- YouTube and the BBC being the main one, I think -- but Nick Carr's latest post about bloggers and parasites sparked my interest again. I know that issues from more than two days ago are…

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Bill Gates, co-founder and chairman of Microsoft and the world's richest man, met with a bunch of technology bloggers yesterday, including Chris Pirillo of Lockergnome, Mike Arrington of TechCrunch, Liz Gannes of Gigaom.com and several others. Everyone got to ask one question and there was some general discussion for about an hour with what some…

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It appears that one of the perennial blogosphere vs. journalism questions -- can bloggers be considered journalists, and therefore subject to the same protections? -- has been answered in the affirmative by the California court of appeals, in the case of Apple vs. a bunch of rumour sites that spilled the beans on various new…

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