After excerpting from other people's blogs and at the same time writing down my own thoughts on a notepad - namely "Memorandum at Office" - for almost a year also, I decide to paste some of them onto this Econ-Biz Blog, which mainly contains the recent stories or events in economics and business world.
Since more and more eminent scholars have their own blogs, e.g. Gary Becker and Richard Posner, Greg Mankiw, Bradford DeLong, David Friedman, James Hamilton etc., to express their ideas, share their experiences, even have their online debates, we can easiy get the knowledge of what they care and how they think. From this point of view, the world does become flat.
Although lots of merits exist, would the bloggers' "marginal utility" in relate to this trend diminish?