Why the Wet Why Resonates the Human Condition More than the Dry What

In my article — Blogging the Bodily Fluids Stream — I argued action streams like Twitter had no place on a blog because content, not diary mapping, should be the business and purpose of the human condition.  I mentioned a few Six Apart employees — the makers of Movable Type — as examples of the decay of blogging for content.  Anil Dash, one of those I mentioned, wrote a fine response on his blog to my article — Actions are the Body Language — where he argues what you do on the web is important and should rightly be published for public consumption. 

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