Here’s a cool story from the Minneapolis Star Tribune on athlete blogs and the impact they are having on the sports world.
(Mark) Cuban said blogs (short for weblogs) provide “a balance against the power of the pen in a voice that can’t be misquoted or referenced out of context.”
“You need a place where you can explain yourself,” Cuban wrote. “You can write as much or as little as you would like, but the words will be all yours. You can create the context. You can make sure that all issues are addressed. You can take issue with individuals or the media as a whole. Your words, your message.”