Blogging: A Web Diary Tour

From Washington politics to celebrity gossip to the life of a retail clerk, there's most likely an online Web log — or blog — for any topic you could name. There's even a blog that keeps track of other blogs. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for a guided tour through the blog-o-sphere.


Lev Grossman
*Staff writer for Timemagazine, author of recent article "Meet Joe Blog"

Steve Rubel
*Publishes the blog "Micro Persuasion"
*Vice-president of client services with Cooper-Katz, a public relations firm in New York

Dan Gillmor
*Columnist and blogger at The San Jose Mercury News
*Author of soon to be released book We the Media

Ana Marie Cox
*Writes and edits blog, a political gossip blog on life in Washington

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