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Thank you for taking the time to think about these issues. I'd like to clarify my main objection to corporate influence in the blogosphere is that they can't seem to participate without putting a PR department, lawyers, a clickfarm in India, and 9000 cannons behind it. Corporate participation soon becomes the marginalization and suppression of individual bloggers.

Interestingly, emerging blogger institutions, such as the Media Bloggers Association, seem to be internalizing the corporate point of view. :-/

If you're interested, there's been a turn in the Justen Deal situation. I've written it up and posted a damning email from Kaiser here:

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