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Hey, didn't you hear? Blogs are so 2004. They're dead now, says Paul Boutin (who also writes for Valleywag) in a piece he wrote for Wired magazine. Here's his argument (such as it is) in a nutshell: "The blogosphere, once a freshwater oasis of folksy self-expression and clever thought, has been flooded by a tsunami…

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I know everyone is tsk-tsk-ing and waggling their forefingers disapprovingly at Mike Arrington for his response to Wired magazine's drive-by blog attack on TechCrunch and its Washington Post partnership, but I for one am quite enjoying it. I actually thought Mike was pretty restrained in his latest post -- and for what it's worth, I…

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I know I should be writing about Microsoft and Yahoo, but I confess that I find the whole thing so mind-numbingly boring that I would be asleep before I made it through another post about two gigantic, boring companies merging into one gigantic, boring company. So I thought I would point instead to a fantastic…

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Wired magazine has been adding blogs over the past little while, and one of the new ones that I haven't checked out until recently is GeekDad. Last night I took a look at it (after someone in the TorCamp "chat swarm" on Skype mentioned it), and it's a pretty good read -- and very eclectic.…

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The story in Wired magazine entitled "I bought votes on Digg" shouldn't really come as a surprise to anyone. Not only has the service used by the author -- an automated voting system called User/Submitter -- been written about before, but anyone who has paid any attention over the past six months to a year…

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