Bloggers Slammed By WSJ Editor

According to Joseph Rago, an assistant editorial features editor at The Wall Street Journal, majority of blogs do not provide quality coverage as compared to mainstream journalism. Even prominent blogs are not spared from being called, horrifying.

The blogs are not as significant as their self-endeared curators would like to think. Journalism requires journalists, who are at least fitfully confronting the digital age. The bloggers, for their part, produce minimal reportage. Instead, they ride along with the MSM like remora fish on the bellies of sharks, picking at the scraps.

While this article does not solely reflect the views of WSJ (or does it?), I certainly found it alarming it was given the green light to be published, given that it is after all, rather controversial. But that’s just my opinion. At least I don’t think blogs are written by fools to be read by imbeciles.

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