Thursday, December 14, 2006

Via Elise at After School Snack (via the Beeb - you are so uncool, Elise...BBC? Lame...) - I haven't quoted Elise in a long time.
"The blogging phenomenon is set to peak in 2007, according to technology redictions by analysts Gartner. The analysts said that during the middle of next year the number of blogs will level out at about 100 million. The firm has said that 200 million people have already stopped writing their blogs. Gartner analyst Daryl Plummer said the reason for the levelling off in blogging was due to the fact that most people who would ever start a web blog had already done so. He said those who loved blogging were committed to keeping it up, while others had become bored and moved on... "Everyone thinks they have something to say, until they're put on stage and asked to say it."

Wow...200 million? I have to admit, mine never stays on track, it floats from politics to kids to programming, and once in a while I take a hiatus of 3 to 5 days, but I always post something after a while...there are 120 people a day relying on my insight...way more than I affect in a normal day at work. I must be in that "loving" category, although that's a very strong word.

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