‘Seems like not a week goes by without the announcement of a new network that’s doing podcasting, video blogging or traditonal blogging startup. And even the mainstream guys, like CBS, are jumping and adding these outlets.
But what do you think? With millions of bloggers out there, can there really be a scarcity of people to sign onto these networks?’
I’m interested in the response to the question Heather asks. Whilst internet usage continues to grow (and blog writing and readership grows with it) there is increasing talk of clutter on the web. New media puts publishing into the hands of the individual which is a wonderful thing – however one of the consequences is obviously that the world is filled with individuals – billions of them.
We’re also now seeing thousands and thousands of mass produced, automated blogs being launched at the moment which further clutters things.
Where it all ends nobody really knows. What do you think – is blogging getting too cluttered?