Monday, April 25, 2005

COULD THEY BE ANY MORE CLUELESS?

Howard Kurtz, media numbnuts for the Washington Post writes today about the impact of "non-traditional journalism" -- you know, those things called "blogs" and all the other folks who aren't real journalists.

His comment about Matt Drudge (Drudge . . . is now treated more as an amusing diversion than a threat to journalistic integrity.) was a hoot.

Oh Howie, here are some statistics for you:

1. Circulation of The Washington Post -- "over" five million weekly.
2. Hits on The Drudge Report -- 9,394,917 - last 24 hours; about 50 million a week.

Hmmm.

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