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number of people reading Internet blogs on the top 10 U.S. newspaper sites more than tripled in December for a year ago, and that they accounted for a larger percentage of overall traffic to those sites.
Specifically, they cite that unique visitors to blogs sites affiliated with the largest Internet newspapers rose to 3.8M from 1.2 the year before, according to Nielsen/NetRating stats.
Surprise surprise, I'm not real surprised by this news, and I think it's quite indicative of the acceptance of "socialization" that we're seeing across the media landscape. Or would that be "Diggification?"
In any case, I love going to the NYTimes site and seeing the most emailed, blogged and searched sites. At the end of the day, that's just one more view into the news landscape. Doesn't mean I don't still value the editorial judgment of the NY Times' editors. But, it's interesting to me to see what other readers are interested in.
And if they can make mo' money off that, more power to them.
Meanwhile, on the IBM front...
I've never been to Lotusphere. I'm not going to Lotusphere this year. I may never go to Lotusphere.
But 5,000 of our closest IBM and Lotus friends and colleagues WILL be making the trek to Orlando next week. And you can count on coverage from a number of bloggers,
In particular, I would recommend you keep an eye next week on the Domino Blog, Ed Brill's blog, and Alan Lepofsky's blog.