The ascendants seldom took time-off and worked religiously on their blogspaces. But will deserving progeny take greater vacation as they are cornered to lesser and lesser space on the blogosphere?
Tom Peters, Mark Zorro, Rick Bruner are just a few bloggers turned apparitions whose typeprints one sees in the past tense. Others are thinning on their regularity. On one side blogs are being heralded for change in business dynamics. On the other the initiators are abandoning it.
Rest are turning to company's or one's own press. Case of crowd cordoning the creators and the content? In light, does blogging really have anything but a stale future?