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The Times story on Villaraigosa neglects to inform the readers that his campaign will feature a blog. The site is empty for now, but it's apparent that it will have moderated forums or comment sections.

This is good for L.A. and good for the blogs. It should be interesting to see the kind of discussion that gets generated by both the Hertzberg and Villaraigosa blogs. In fact, this will be one of the first, if not the first, campaign where multiple blogs go head-to-head from the beginning. Dude, it's like, history...