Us bloggers may just be talking to ourselves. The Media Guardian reports that more people know about “dogging” than “blogging”. Wtf? I didn’t know what dogging was.
Far from blogging being the practice that acolytes predict will turn mainstream media on his head, seven out of 10 people don’t know what a blog is, says the survey, which also found more people are aware of “happy slapping” than podcasting.
Meanwhile nearly 40% say they understood the expression “dogging” – the practice of watching people have sex in public places sensationalised by the tabloids with the help of Stan Collymore.
Could it be just us bloggers that end up posting on each other’s entries? Hmmm. Well apparently half of all studies are crap too, I read in the Guardian (can’t find the link).
So, erm, anyone got an interesting story on how they got into blogging or anyone here not have a blog?
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