DayPop brings us two great links this afternoon.
The first may be the first time there has ever been two great Old Media stories on blogging in a single day. The Seattle Times‘ Paul Andrews takes a non-snide look at blogging, and how blog software might be put to good use by (drumroll, please) large corporations.
It’s an argument I’d read somewhere before, that blogs could be as revolutionary to corporate communications as was email. But it sure is nice to see it argued in a real paper. This site aside, there’s more to blogging than unadulterated crank-iness.
In the second story, Village Voice writer Tristan Taormino explores how to smuggle dildos into Texas.