Blog Power

The growing influence of blogs in public policy is well-documented. Norman Geras and the Euston Manifesto is a blog phenonomenon. More evidence that blogs are changing things is the appearance of Alasdair Gray’s blog. Here’s a leading writer and artist publishing thoughts and new material freely to the web. This, it seems to me, is what the web is for.

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2 Responses to “Blog Power”

  1. Rob, at a complete tangent, why is it I can see all your recent eight posts individually via my RSS newsreader but if I click on your blog/web page (bookmarked) all I get is your ‘Bob Harris’ as the most recent?

    Have you been tinkering again or is it me? 🙂

  2. Ah … problem solved.

    All my newsreaders (Newsgator, Google Reader and Awasu) at home and at work have thrown up the same eight posts today and of course I just assumed you’d had a very prolific sequence of writing/typing/posting. Awasu however listed them way down the list below some of your posts I’d already read. THAT was when I decided to check the dates at the top of the posts … sorry for that … can only assume that Google Blogs have done a reboot or had a power spike or something.

    Not that I doubted your ability to be prolific …


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