Weblogging and journalism

So much writing lately about weblogging and its relationship to journalism and mass media.

kottke talks about the reworking or information through peer to peer journalism and the emergence of a collective network of blogging nodes. Maybe even a collective voice / ideology as well? And AndrewSullivan thinks that weblogs are one possible future for journalism. In his manifesto, he suggests that blogs act as guides leading individuals to what's important and are therefore as important as the corporate machines of journalism. And if the NY Times is writing about blogging, they're probably also assessing to its relevance to their business.

Elsewhere, webvoice ponders if something is cooking over at Pyra.