6 thoughts on “15 millimetres of fame

  1. jon

    I had a look today when Dagbladet made it over the border. I think it’s great they’re taking an interest. Dagens Nyheter have recycled articles from the British press on blogging but I have’t seen anything mainstream here yet.

  2. Jill

    Oh, really? We’ve had several articles about blogging in mainstream press… You can read better stuff about blogs in blogs though. Obviously enough, I suppose.

  3. Robert

    Where I come from, the personal ads are on the pages before sport, and some of them have microscopic photos and headings like “They expose themselves on the net”… 😛

  4. Jill

    Hehe 🙂

  5. Jorunn

    You did, of course, see that the article is also in the online edition? On the web, nothing needs to be just before the sports pages 😉 No photo of you, though.

    http://www.dagbladet.no/dinside/2003/05/06/368071.html

    Best of luck today!

    🙂 Jorunn

  6. Jill

    Do you know, I never even checked! Thanks, Jorunn.

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