January 23, 2003

Well, I find this sort of thing interesting. In an article by Jeffrey Toobin in this week's issue, the New Yorker, which is sort of a standard-bearer for such literary matters, uses the term "bloggers" without any big explanation:
"Denunciations of the invitation to the poet [Tom Paulin] began surfacing among several conservative Internet bloggers — among them Andrew Sullivan and opinionjournal.com, the online counterpart to the Wall Street Journal editorial page."
I mean, there is the adjective "Internet" — to differentiate them from all those radio and TV bloggers, I guess — but it's sort of cool that the New Yorker assumes that people will just understand what a blogger is.
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