The blogosphere: More representative of global voices.

Once seen as primarily English, usually American, and often personal or geeky, the blogosphere today mostly resembles this room — a noisy, transnational pastiche of culture and language. According to Technorati, English posts make up less than a third of all blogs today, while Chinese and Japanese blogging, for example, makes up 43 percent.

Read this article from WIRED. Previously from WNM: The Myth of a Global Village

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