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Go Away, Corporate America. Leave Us To Our Own Revolution.

Or, When Can We Expect You To Join Wake Up?

Last week, Disneyland's new President Matt Ouimet spoke to an organization I belong to. Not surprisingly, he spoke about leadership.

After his speech, I asked him if Disney would consider blogging (fan site, not Disney), partly because Ernie was wondering whether corporate America would adopt this medium of communication. I'm pleased to report that I believe we can expect a Disney corporate blog soon.

Ernie reports that he woke up and discovered Detroit actually is blogging. The company is going to have to work a bit harder at it, though. I couldn't find a link to the GM blog on GM's home page.

It's a question that's been around for some time, and Ernie's right: whether corporate America adopts blogging is not the measuring stick of blog power. It's you, the reader, listener and now watcher of blogs.

It's been a long time since we had a grass-roots revolution. Let's give this one time to develop.

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