I was catching up on my posts when I ran across this doozy in  The New York Times.  They take a look at the high-stress, 24/7 world that most professional bloggers live in. According to The New York Times, because bloggers have to work long hours to stay on top of the subjects they cover for the instantaneous-deadline-driven internet, they are at risk for a variety of stress-related illness. While "death by blogging" might not be at epidemic status, there is little arguing that the blogosphere is changing both the way information is created and consumed -- as well as impacting the demands placed upon people in the information creation business.

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