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A new study of the blogosphere in 2008, finding some key differences between the structure of sites on right and left, whatever that means any more. Bottom line: the right has far more solo author blogs; the left has many more "enhanced platforms. Full details here.The Dish is both solo-authored - but with two under-bloggers; and has no reader interaction - except via email and edited and published entries. So I guess we're a blend of both.

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