Tuesday, March 20, 2007


I just learned that there are more than fifty million blogs out there and the number is expected to double by year end. Most blogs are read by the author only and by no one else. Most blogs don't generate any type of profits.The Blogger isn't recognized as journalists. Bloggers are called pajama journalists because most bloggers blog while they are at home, they don't go out on the field looking for stories to report about. Bloggers can be considered as an add on, an accessory, a supplement to real journalism. Journalists aren't worried about the bloggers taking over their jobs. I guess the bottom line is that bloggers aren't being taken seriously by anybody. Their future is unknown, some have already run out of the passion for writing and others are on their way out as well. It would be interesting to find out what will become of blogging five to ten years from now.


hamede said...

Addon,an eccessory,like this one,good post.

Hatem Abunimeh said...

Thank you hamede for stopping by.

Al Arabi Al hurr said...

Democracy and "Free" market economy can't mix together,In matter of facts "free" market is anti democracy because it only respond to capital and Democracy needs participating masses not tranqulised and destracted one.