Blogs Become Serious Business Blogs matter more than ever — to political candidates, to a colonel managing a war, to human-rights advocates trying to deliver their message. Two experts discuss the growing impact of blogs.
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Blogs Become Serious Business

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Blogs Become Serious Business

Blogs Become Serious Business

Blogs Become Serious Business

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Egyptian blogger Wael Abbas has posted videos of police brutality. His account on YouTube was frozen, but most of the videos were restored after human rights groups protested. Wael Abbas hide caption

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Blogs matter more than ever — to political candidates, to a colonel managing a war, to human-rights advocates trying to deliver their message. Noah Shachtman of Wired magazine talks about the role of blogs on the war in Iraq. Wael Abbas, one of Egypt's best-known bloggers, notes their influence in the Middle East.