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November 12, 2006

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David Armano

Mike,

I really do see both sides of this. I'm not one that believes there shouldn't be any classifcation of blogs and that all blogs are created equal, because that is an ideal vs. the reality.

That said, I think it helps to look at the small percentage of blogs that break through as either influential blogs or even "leading blogs" vs. an elite class. The only issue with elite in regards to the team analogy or even military (elite special forces) is that we bloggers are not on the same team. We are individuals with very individual blogs representing personal opinions etc.

That's why I like the term influential... that can apply nicely to an invividual.

Don't mean to squabble over words here. Some of this is for my own personal benefit as I struggle with my own role as my blog continues to grow.

mike dunn

right david - concur, influential isn't a bad choice...

i do have a problem w/ elitism, guess i'm just less interested in spending cycles on lexicon and semantic differences of opinion, even though i did chime in of course :)

David Armano

"guess i'm just less interested in spending cycles on lexicon and semantic differences of opinion, even though i did chime in of course :)"

Actions always speak louder than words.

:)

Speaking of, I need to get to a Q+A post out that I have been behind on!

cya around.

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