Comments: Bogospheric Calvinism, or Unread != Unworthy

Seth if Nick Carr had any point with his innocent fraud theory then these A-listers (web2.0 cheerleaders whatever) can do nothing but deny the unflatness of the blogosphere. Each and every argument only strengthens the original view. And by the way it looks pretty strong to me now :)

Posted by Balazs Szemes at August 20, 2006 04:27 PM

I can tell you that you got at least one new subscriber as I added you to my list of reads because of all this. According to Bloglines, you have about 3x the subscribers of my 5 1/2 year old blog. I don't know whether that makes either of us an "a-lister," but I would think that it does mean that there are both people who care what we have to say. Keep up the good work.

Posted by Michael Pate at August 21, 2006 09:30 AM


most A-listers have an agenda for blogging--be it turning blogging into journalism, or into business, or something else. Consider the source of the hype about the blogosphere, and you will find what the hypester is really trying to promote.

Posted by tish grier at August 21, 2006 05:26 PM