We lost the blogosphere. It was vibrant and rich and ever changing and filled with interesting design and BlogAds and PayPal and Amazon wishlists. That's pretty much gone. Today it feels like jazz in the '80s compared to jazz in the '50s. Those who are doing it know that this isn't the time to be doing it. But either they can't stop or they're doing it for the right reasons. That's the good thing, if you're blogging in 2013 you're probably doing it out of love—certainly not for audience or money. So that's good.Via twitter, natch.
-- Tony Pierce