September 15, 2003

Public statements and inadvertent weblogs

A while back, I thought that instead of waiting for, say, Rumsfeld to start a blog (yeah, right) that anyone could compile any public utterances the Donald makes on the record and publish them at a passive or reportorial weblog on a daily basis.

In a sense, the misleader site being discussed on Metafilter right now is an example of this kind of total information assemblage blog.

Posted by xian at September 15, 2003 5:29 PM
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