According to a survey just done for Mandag Morgen (full text subscription only) and reported in Dagbladet, every third Norwegian published something online last week. Isn’t that amazing? On the other hand, there are only 30,000 Norwegian blogs, and even that’s just an educated guess based on various data and not, obviously, an exact number.

2 thoughts on “every third norwegian published something online last week

  1. Martin

    There are 30.000 Norwegian blogs?? How did that happen? I remember when it was just you, and
    some angsty teenager in BÊrum.

  2. Jill

    LOL. Yeah, I know – though thinking about it, 30,000 blogs is only 0.6 % of the population. Not that many more and that teenager…

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