What's RIGHT with the edublogosphere?

Continuing the conversation from yesterday when I asked "What's WRONG with the edublogosphere?", today I invite you to share what you think is RIGHT in our not-so-little edublogger world.

   What's right with edublogging?
   (or, if you like, What's right with the edublogosphere?)

Please share your thoughts, either in the comments area or as a post on your own blog (leave us a link in the comments area, though!). As Darren Rowse notes, this is a great opportunity to deconstruct the medium. Share whatever you want as long as it is positive. If you've got something negative to say about the edublogosphere, see the post from yesterday.

I'm looking forward to seeing your thoughts!

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