Bloggers have their own set of biases, of course. They make mistakes, and God knows you need a pretty optimistic sense of your own importance to set up a Web site that's basically a never-ending letter to the editor.
"People at newspapers are not very Web-savvy," says Lucianne Goldberg, who runs a popular quasi-blog at Lucianne.com and was the New York literary agent who famously suggested to Linda Tripp that she'd better start taping those heart-to-hearts with Monica Lewinsky. "I got an e-mail from someone at the Washington Post [after she'd linked to washingtonpost.com] saying, 'Who are you? We're getting all these hits.' "
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