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I started reading The Blog Herald when I followed Lorelle from a guest post at ProBlogger. That's also where I met Tony virtually. He did a series of very useful posts on blogging.

I'm liking the direction The Herald is taking from a brand standpoint since Tony took over. And all the other contributors add tremendous value to my understanding of online media and publishing. It is indeed great to take a peak at the vision.

Tony is one of those great "unfiltered" writers who make online media so much fun. His opinions are never unconsidered. But you're right: he's not afraid to share them. :-)

The Blog Herald has gotten more and more useful under his direction. Interesting to get a peek behind the curtain.

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