Attention all Bloggers!! You're all over the news today and two new books are coming out about you. Did you know the true power of blogging....?
Of course, where they often find it is the liberal elite mainstream media, who are now smarting from losing their control over the communicated word.... and the hard-left bloggers who try to shout down and smear anyone who disagrees with them.
In the blogosphere we call those folks trolls and moonbats and we combat them by consistently publishing documented information that we can back up---and correcting misinformation wherever we find it.
If the truth hurts the hard-left and its MSM, then too bad. Most of us bloggers have a very strong belief in fair play and truth-in-reporting.... and we plan to keep it that way. Because it's the right thing to do.
More below and at humaneventsonline.
"Bloggers, Bloggers Everywhere"
"For those of you interested in the phenomenon of blogging, two new books promise to give you the inside scoop: Glen Reynolds of Instapundit.com is coming out with his book, Army of Davids, How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, and Other Goliaths, in about a month.
Here’s a quote:"Glenn Reynolds has written an essential book for understanding how technology and markets are creating a bottom-up shift in power to ordinary people that is changing business, government, and our world. Packed with fresh ideas and adorned with graceful prose, An Army of Davids is a masterpiece.” – Joe Trippi
Jerome Armstrong and Markos Moulitsas Zuniga (of the liberal blog Daily Kos) have written: Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics. This one is brand new. Here’s a quote:“No one is spared in this lively, pointed book—and that makes it a lot of fun. Democrats should read Crashing the Gate to find their way out of the political wilderness. Republicans should read it to understand what their opponents might do if they get smart.” -- Larry J. SabatoI plan on reading both, and will give you my thoughts in the future…"