Friday, April 08, 2005

Augusta Free Press on Virginia Bloggers

Chris Graham has an article at the Augusta Free Press entitled "What role will the bloggers play in the '05 elections?," in which he interviews a number of Virginia-based bloggers and asks them about what influence they might have in this year's contests for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, and the General Assembly.

He interviews Lowell Feld of Raising Kaine, John Behan of Commonwealth Conservative, Waldo Jaquith, Matt Smyth of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, and myself.

A few weeks ago, the Augusta Free Press published my article, "Blogging's impact on politics," which was based in part on my March 14 posting, "Metablogging 101." The op-ed version also appeared on The Free Liberal on March 17. (That gives me an excuse to draw attention to Paul Jacob's article on government regulation of bloggers, which was published in The Free Liberal on March 24. I understand that Paul's article and mine are both in the print edition of The Free Liberal, which is now on newsstands at George Mason University and around Northern Virginia.)

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