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Bloggers Offer Intimate View of Convention

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Dave Pell of Electablog seemed to be searching for more of the overlooked details at the convention. hide caption

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For the first time, writers of Web logs — online journals of news and opinion — have been granted journalist credentials for a political convention. Bloggers at the Democratic gathering in Boston offer a more passionate, opinionated view of goings-on than that of traditional journalists. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.

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