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Blogs have become one of the most popular ways that our society consumes information. These days it seems there’s a blog around every virtual corner. And not without good reason! The humble blog has quickly become one of the most popular ways our society consumes information. When you take into account that this form of media only saw the digital light of day in 1994 (Internet – 1993, FM Radio – 1933, Television 1927) it really puts its growth and popularity into perspective.

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