Rather than supersede the blogosphere, has the Twitter social messaging system actually improved it?

Rather than supersede the blogosphere, has the Twitter social messaging system actually improved it?

On our daily review of blogs we read, we’ve seen the average number of posts per blog reduce but the quality improve tremendously. What seems to have happened is that Twitter has taken many of the personal updates (e.g.: I’m on a plane, at a conference, thinking this, falling over there) off the blogs. Therefore, while we’ve noticed ‘diarist’ bloggers switch platforms, the ‘subject-matter’ bloggers seem to have been able to remove their random social commentary from their blogs and left them clearer, cleaner and more useful.

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