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February 16, 2005

For Some Bloggers, all Politics is Local

Sam Hieb and Edward Cone have written a nice article on the drowing world local political blogs called For Some Bloggers, all Politics is Local.

It's not just insightful and well-written, it also features two allies of and inspirations for Evergreen Politics -- the team at BlueOregon and Ruby Sinreich of Orange Politics.

Posted by Jon Stahl on February 16, 2005 at 12:56 AM in Miscellany | Permalink

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There really does seem to be a critical mass building in the NW, especially from the left. Just in the last couple of months, the coordination beetwen sites and clearinghouses like NWPortal has grown geometrically.

God bless b!x. I'm noticing him getting the mention in several of these "blogger power" articles.

Thanks for finding it,
TJ

Posted by: torridjoe | Feb 16, 2005 11:39:54 PM

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