I'm developing a morbid fascination with the way old media is stumbling onto the blog bandwagon, especially when legitimate hacks use their blogs to reflect on the way blogs are challenging and changing their working practices. It's all so thrillingly metatextual!
Here's the deputy editor of Newsnight on how they're using Technorati to pick their interviewees, and also the delusions still held by some bloggers that their thoughts are somehow private and privileged; and the news editor of telegraph.co.uk on how last week's stats about how many people have blogs are skewed by commercial definitions of what is and isn't a blog.
Which in turn offers up today's essay question. MySpace: the Sunny Delight of blogging, or what?