An interesting article from the Washington Post: How Weblogs Keep the Media Honest by Howard Kurtz (who has one of the only shows on CNN worth watching). Read it for yourself, but it’s interesting to me that while the web has loudly turned into the world’s strip mall, it has quietly turned into the world’s op-ed page and town square. And it’s great that we’re not all voices in the same camp. There’s room here for everyone to say anything, and up to the readers to decide for themselves. If the “regular” media gets it wrong, you have a good chance of finding the right out here somewhere (oh no, not here, go some place else).