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April 11, 2005

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It could work if the contributors maintained blogs on the side in which to put things inappropriate for the main blog. It could also work if people have assigned specialties: the lawyer, the foreign policy wonk, the environmentalist. Just as long as no one starts a Queer Blog for the Left Guy.

As for good group blogs, I've always been fond of Crooked Timber because their large stable includes many people who don't post daily.

I thought Spinsanity was a pretty good group blog when it existed.

Ahem.

The upcoming Huffington Report is bound to be interesting.

Winds of Change is valuable, and Outside the Beltway has moved to group blog successfully, I think. Marginal Revolution and Oxblog, too.

If I might be so bold, I think QandO -- that'd be my blog -- does rather well with a group blog format. Your mileage may, of course, vary.

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