It used to be fun watching the "A-list" bloggers discover the obvious things that folks outside the U.S., little kids, and even big companies have been tracking for months; sometimes years.  It was hilarious when they first discovered YouTube or MySpace, and it's even funnier to see them all up in a tizzy about Facebook now like it's a new thing.

It's as if they don't realize they're the ones who have been missing from the scene, not the other way around.  It's just so uninteresting.  Ah well.  Unsubscribed!