Opinion and Weblogs

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

Carolyn writes:

Now onto a completely different topic: blogs. What’s up with them? Clearly I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I don’t want people to read this thinking I’m some Truman Capote pundit, or worse, a person who thinks they’re a Truman Capote pundit. Yikes. Frankly, no sarcasm here, no one should believe what they read on the internet. There’s some truth, sure, but how can you separate it from the swill? It’s all mixed in. Oh, what does it matter? Blogs are more about opinions loosely based on fact.

We don’t need to cover anything. But we can respond to and examine what we experience. She has already demonstrated a nice range.

And Susan Gibb makes excellent comment on Borges’ Englishman.


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