Daryl brought my attention to a post by Don Mills Diva who has had her thoughts on blogging, 'blog-napped' by the The Times Online without her permission. The article is called 'Danger Online: Perils of revealing every intimate moment' and is an interesting read for all of us with blogs, Facebook, My Space etc in our lives.If you're interested then go read it and then visit Don Mills Diva and hear her viewpoint. But the gist is that blogs are basically ruining good journalism and writing, and the more salacious the stuff we reveal, the greater our readership. They make it sound like we're 'ALL' in this endless spiral of selling our private lives (or families) to the devil, to gain a greater readership!I don't agree with this; I don't write about my family much, don't have kids so no danger there and the cats, well they haven't objected yet. Plus my blog is more of a commentary on life 'here' vs the UK, and then ideas that I pull out of thin air, or general stuff like reviews, my pictures and my thoughts on everyday stuff! I really don't think I'm a sensationalist blogger, I have plenty of readers and am not at all tempted to become a virtual 'peep show' for more comments!I have posted the cute button up top on my sidebar, to show support for Don Mills Diva's campaign for some respect for bloggers.