This is the codification tool of tacit knowledge at its best. If knowledge is to be read, and wisdom is to be heard, there's plenty to be read, and there millions of unuttered words and thoughts yet unsaid, yet unwritten. This is the evolution of publishing tools that have allowed almost everybody to be a producer. A perfect market efficiency because information are freely available, nobody dominates. Cost is almost non-existent, and there is even healthy competition among producers. This is the truest manifestation of the knowledge economy.
This may sound like misogynistic knowledge management proponent trying to oversell a new tool, but, if you are not riding on this one, you might be left behind among the early adopters. You will probably loose out your edge at sharing your knowledge, doing your self-marketing, beginning your personal-accidental journalism, pushing new a social agenda, or building a whole new community (Najah, 2003). At this time, it's probably is that innovators' site like the ones of andrewsullivan.com, digitalfugue.com, and slate.com that have brilliantly started the movement, that has made this world a suddenly interesting place to live in.
Today, at this QWERTY keyboard my mind travels beyond new territory, new dimension, new idea, new hypothesis, new argument, new thought, new opinion that could soon become my stuff to be written, to be read by others, and my voice to be heard by my fellow readers.
Thank you to blogger.com and blogspot.com for you both has been the enabling tools to the enablers. And for making life much more intriguing than it has been.
 Najah Nasseri, How Weblogs Accelerate Communication, INFOSOC, 2003