There’s so many new blogs out there, and TLF’s market share is so low as it is, that I’m always hesitant to plug new blogs here. Yet I’ll make an exception for one just started by my colleague here at The Heritage Foundation, Mark Tapscott, who directs Heritage’s Center for Media and Public Policy. His just-launched blog is called “Tapscott’s Copy Desk” and is worth a look. Among recent entries, a discussion of whether bloggers are the dominant media today
and a (perhaps too hopeful) post asking if bloggers can do for (to?) the government what they’ve done for the mainstream media.