28 January 2005

I get a namecheck from David Carr at Samizdata (which was nice) while he was wondering whether us bloggers were having any influence.  Not yet he reckons and I think I probably agree with him.  But I reckon it will come.  As I say in a comment:

For what it’s worth, I think it’s just a critical mass thing. The US is a bigger country and a richer country so it has more bloggers. Plus it has Instapundit. Plus a lot of US issues are, in fact, global issues.

Crawling out into the light from my Transport Blog cave I was amazed to see how vibrant the UK blogging scene was. It’s a lot bigger and better than it was two years ago. Tim Worstall, Laban Tall, Norm Geras, EU Referendum.

It’s only a matter of time.

Most of which I still (after a whole 10 minutes) agree with.

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