Sylw da iawn gan Anil Dash am ‘flogio’ ar Google+, Facebook ac ati:
The broken comparison here is forgetting that many of us write (and own) our blogs because we’re making a *work*. It’s like saying “instead of writing a book, just scribble some notes in the back of someone else’s book!”
Based on the past dozen years that I’ve been writing it, I expect that my blog will in some ways be one of the most significant things I create in my life. It exists neither as a sort of filter for opportunity (as you describe Fred [Wilson]’s use) nor a platform for broadcast (as in Kevin Rose’s case). It’s a work I create for myself, that I choose to share with the world, because this is the medium I’m good at.
In that context the idea of letting some company own it is absurd.