"Houses are connected by means of magnetic telegraphs that allow people who live far from each other to communicate," Odoevsky wrote. Even more interestingly, Odoevsky suggested every household would publish a kind of daily journal or newsletter and distribute it among selected acquaintances, a habit which Russian bloggers immediately recognized as blogging. ... "The thing is that many households here publish such journals that replace common correspondence. Such journals usually provide information about the hosts' good or bad health, family news, different thoughts and comments, small inventions, invitations to receptions" (,sagt ein Protagonist des Autors) Steve Rubel
Blogging kommt eigentlich aus dem Russland des 19. Jahrhundert!
Gestern hat Steve Rubel in seinem Eintrag Blogging Came from Russia with Love? darauf hingewiesen, dass die Idee des Bloggens im zweiten Drittel des 19. Jahrhunderts Prinz Vladimir Odoevsky (1803-1869) hatte: