Blog Power

by Marianne Richmond on August 1, 2005

Hugh at Gaping Void, under the directive, "if you care about blogging", suggested reading a post by Rick at The Post Money Value which illustrated clearly that blogs have "main street" influence. The post mentions a conversation between two bank tellers overheard at a food court that chronicles how a blog post by Scoble, who the tellers called "cobbler" cost Dell "at least two sales". The warning: Pay Attention! The end (of the old media) is near!

To paraphrase Mark Twain, When the end of the world comes I want to be in Cleveland because everything happens ten years later there. This seems to be the attitude of so many people I talk to who should care about blogs…they would rather be in Cleveland. 

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