Bennett, Brian
September 2005
Time;9/26/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 13, p82
Describes five blogs from soldiers who are stationed in Iraq. How the blogs contain accounts of the daily life of the soldiers; Blog writers' different reasons for blogging; Names and descriptions of some sites, including Misoldierthoughts.Blogspot.com, BootsinBaghdad.Blogspot.com and others.


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