Simon Owens interviews Scott Rosenberg over at Bloggasm.

Lately, there has been no shortage of journalists that have announced- usually as a form of link bait — the “death of blogging” as social news and microblogging continue to grow in market share, but Rosenberg’s book is a tribute to the medium’s still-immense power as we approach the end of the decade. He noted that long before Twitter existed there were bloggers that were writing Twitter-like posts, so the launch of the microblogging site merely carved out a niche for those kinds of bloggers, leaving the traditional blogging platform for more long-form writers.

Rosenberg is the author of the upcoming Say Everything: How Blogging Began, What It’s Becoming, and Why It Matters.

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