Blogs In Action: Nick Robinson

February 26, 2008

Nick Robinson’s blog seems to have provoked a reaction from MPs.

It’s unusual for an MP to comment directly on a blog.

I’m wondering if this is a small but significant breakthrough. If MPs start to join the conversation things may be changing faster than I thought.


8 Responses to “Blogs In Action: Nick Robinson”

  1. Zoe Says:

    did you see our ariel-i column about the 6Music message boards? classic example of us asking people what they think and then completely ignoring them…

  2. nickreynoldsatwork Says:

    I did see the column in Ariel. Not much point in asking people anything if you are going to ignore them. Rather depends on what you ask them of course.

  3. Andrew Says:

    He seems to have ruffled a few feathers.

    I don’t know if the response counts as ‘joining the conversation’ but it certainly is a departure from the norm.

  4. William T Says:

    Although the problem of course, is how you can be sure it is really him ()…

    Impersonation is what worries me most about blog comments at the moment. We really need some sort of standard. Though the registration system for the PM blog (soon to be elsewhere as I understand it) seems a step in the right direction…

  5. nickreynoldsatwork Says:

    It feels like it’s him. I think you just have to trust him.

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