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Great post on the validity of blogs as viable media...

This is from Mile High Report, the Denver Fan Nation site.

http://www.milehighreport.com/2009/3/23/807424/blogs-the-mainstream-and-a

I thought given the quality of information in the SB Nation in general, I wanted to give a props out to those writers, and y'all here.  Since I found this site I finally found a home for my excessively maniacal following of the Hawks.  It is nice to see that the tides are turning and traditional media needs to either lead or get out of the way, because we aren't going to mindlessly follow them anymore.  Those days are gone, and the sooner they realize it, the better off we're all going to be. 

We'll get their best stuff, their "A" games, because they will have to bring it or lose us to other sources.  And as for them, they'll get their readership back.  Win-win.

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