In the past week:

  • Weblogs cover the war without mainstream restraints
  • Reporting Reflects Anxiety
  • Public’s Appetite for Instant War News Fuels Spread of Web Logs
  • On-the-spot blogs from war
  • It’s instant, but how much can we trust?
  • A Medium Meets Its War
  • Improved Tools Turn Journalists Into a Quick Strike Force
  • War a Boon for News Sites, Blogs
  • War reporting goes hi-tech
  • Fascinating Web logs provide an unfiltered view of the war
  • War coverage with personal touch emerges
  • Blogs bring personal view of war
  • Net news: live from the war zone
  • War brings a surge of traffic on the Net
  • Blah, blah, blogs
  • US soldier “bloggers” report from war zone
  • Straight or Slanted, ‘Blogs’ Add Spice to War Reports
  • Web surfing for war junkies
  • He’s glad to admit he’s a ‘warblogger’
  • Bloggers click on pulse of war news
  • For war newshounds, nothing beats blogging
  • Bloggers’ Delight
  • NPR: News by Web log
  • Etc.

    Um…I think we’re outta the closet.