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Wordblog revived

incorporating New Life

A question of digital manners

In a world where so many people read and speak English, having little linguistic ability becomes embarrassing. Generally when someone links to Wordblog I take a look at their site and, if I like what I see, watch it and usually find something I want to link to in return. That just seems to be good manners.

But I am stumped by Médiablog in Hungary. I cannot understand a word of it. From the number of referrals its two links to me have generated it is a popular and well regarded blog.

While this post solves the immediate dilemma by providing a link to Médiablog, should English writers have an “other languages” blogroll?


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  1. Mindy McAdams says

    I do.

    I started it after I saw a lot of incoming links from a Persian blog that is written by a well-known journalism professor in Iran.

    I add to it judiciously after observing which links the blog posts over time.

    And why? Well, every blogger likes to get links, and these bloggers must be my compatriots, judging from their links. So why not? We care about the same thing: online journalism.