The article, “Why Even the Worst Bloggers Are Making Us Smarter” is an interesting article. The only problem I had with the article is this sentence, “I’d argue that the cognitive shift in going from an audience of zero to an audience of 10 is so big that it’s actually huger than going from 10 people to a million.” A better word to describe it would be “larger” or “bigger”.

“Before the Internet, most people rarely wrote for pleasure or intellectual satisfaction after graduating from high school or college.”

And people are also writing more because blogs are easy to start and writers can write their opinion easier to a wider audience.

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