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February 27, 2003

The first cross-country weblog?

Mike pointed me to this Newsweek article about Dave Winer's appointment as a new fellow at the Berkman Center for Law   Society. In the interview, Dave said that he has sold his house and is driving across the country for his new gig to evangelize weblogging at Harvard. "Iím going to do the first cross-country blog." Oh, really? That's curious. I did a search at Google for "cross-country blog" and the first result that came up is TwOn on the Road, a weblog for a roadtrip that took the writer all over the country including stops in Massachusetts, New York, Tennessee, Colorado and California.

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