Wired to the way the web once was

In a sign that content is once again king, one of the Web’s earliest and most interesting publishing activities—weblogging—appears to be undergoing a huge surge in popularity.

Thanks to new easy-to-use software, the number of weblogs on the Net seems to be growing at an unprecedented rate.

A weblog, or blog, is a regularly updated list of links and commentary to interesting material on the Web. Because the majority are self-published, precise numbers are difficult to gauge. Observers, however, agree that weblogging is growing like never before.

The Web the Way It Was