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Friday, October 24, 2008

I don't know what the subject of my talk will be and after I've finished neither will you, which makes us even

There was a bit on the BBC 'Today' programme on the wireless banging on about blogging being 'so 2004' and dead, replaced by Twitter and tickertape and the like.

I pay no heed. They've been telling us that books are dead for the past decade but we still manage to loan them more than a million times a year.


the.effing.librarian said...

hmm, I'm convinced that blogging's been dead since I started.

Anonymous said...

Nah. I would believe it more if they hadn't said it was "so 2004" - As Kevin would say, Bollocks. As far as I know 2004 hasn't arrived in Helminthdale and won't do so for another 67 years.

Gadjo Dilo said...

Have we already had 2004? There are computers here, but most things are still handwritten.

Kevin Musgrove said...

We've got the computers but have yet to come to terms with the written word.

As the Major predicted, it'll soon be 1937 again!