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Gunny G: REMEMBER BLOGGERS: MOST AMERICANS DO NOT SEE WHAT WE ARE SEEING HERE! RECRUIT MORE BLOGGERS NOW, WHILE WE STILL CAN !!!!!!

May 6, 2014 1 comment
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Gunny G: REMEMBER BLOGGERS: MOST AMERICANS DO NOT SEE WHAT WE ARE SEEING HERE! RECRUIT MORE BLOGGERS NOW, WHILE WE STILL CAN !!!!!!

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Gunny G: SOME GOOD READING BY GOOD WRITERS !!!!!

March 16, 2014 1 comment
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Gunny G: SOME GOOD READING BY GOOD WRITERS !!!!!

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Gunny G: ADDITIONAL GunnyG Blogs @ WP.com…..

January 20, 2014 1 comment

Gunny G: SO, Just Which One IS The Best Gunny G BLOG ???

January 17, 2014 1 comment
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BLOGGING BAD!!! WITH Gunny G: OTHER GunnyG BLOG LINKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

January 17, 2014 1 comment
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Re The Recent LtCol Bateman…”…Cold Dead Hands…”Article”…Some Confusion, Two Batemans, Etc, See FR Thread…

December 9, 2013 1 comment

Demeaning bloggers…unning scared….. Many-to…

December 3, 2013 8 comments

Blogging has terrified mainstream media for a while now. Journalists want to know if blogs are going to degrade their profession, open up new possibilities or otherwise challenge their authority.

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This also means that whenever the press writes about blogs, one must critically consider what biases are embedded in their reporting. This morning, the NYTimes took their bias to the headlines:

Web Diarists Are Now Official Members of Convention Press Corps

As i’ve written before, blogging is rhetorically situated between journalism and diarying. Most often, people label blogging as one or the other in order to degrade it. The NYTimes pulled this act today because they have a professional interest in portraying convention bloggers as “low-brow” and unworthy of reading, while the NYTimes will present the real “high-brow” convention story. By framing bloggers as diarists, the NYTimes is demanding that the reader see blogs as petty, childish and self-absorbed. They further perpetuate this view by pasting a picture of a youth on the front of the article to suggest that bloggers are all inexperienced and naive, further implying that their reports will not have the value of the more “adult” perspective of “real” journalists.

 

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