I found this article at Agoravox noting that during the past two months there has been a change of pace in the blog postings published by the progressive blogosphere in Canada. Moreover, some people are obviously taking close notes on blog content and on the recent progressive blogger dust- ups (small though they may be).
I just assumed that it was because lots of bloggers are college and university students like me who get full time jobs in the summer to pay the bills. I know my last class ended just under 2 months ago. After working hard all day the sun beckons us out to play. According to Agoravox it’s not work, the lack of an election on the immediate horizon, sun or fun that may have changed the blogosphere during the past two months. It could be something much more insidious…..blogroll echo syndrome.
over the past two months or so, there has been a noticeable drop in volume, and some bloggers have even stopped contributing their posts to aggregators on a regular basis, such as the Canadian Blog Exchange, which, it seems, is fed new articles only by a handful of faithful and assiduous contributors these days. All this begs the question: What is happening to the political blogosphere in Canada?