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Sunday, July 23, 2006 

"90% of netizens will become bloggers" - Isaac Mao

Friend Isaac Mao (whose blog is finally back on-line!) predicts that "as many as ninety percent of netizens will become bloggers" in an interview with Lianhe Zaobao, a Chinese news daily in Singapore.

"Bloggers will create and build their identity in the virtual space and create even more content, raising society's wisdom globally."

"Upon reading and absorbing information, netizens would naturally want to share and give back knowlegde, this is like after we receive a gift and want to reciprocate," Mao was quoted as saying.

Update: Isaac has provided a copy of the full interview here.

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