Blogging from the White House

The Guardian Online section notes that, once again, US bloggers lead the way. The White House “has allowed Garrett Graff, editor of FishbowlDC, to attend its regular press briefing – the first recognised internet diarist given a pass”.. hmmm.. “internet diarist”, eh? So, how long before the British or Irish governments follow suit? Or, perhaps, in a parallel universe, an accredited blogger for the Assembly?.. ANYway. here is the first historic blog

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