This is one of those circular he said, she said posts that I sometimes find annoying. Too much linking between bloggers — as opposed to comments posted by readers who may not be bloggers — is what creates the navel-gazing culture of the blogosphere. It gets tiresome. But I couldn’t resist… Read Dee Rambeau’s post on Myopia in which he refers back to Seth Godin’s riff on Stats that cannot be true. The point is that blogging is still new, very new. In fact, (if you do the math) 73 percent of U.S. Internet users are NOT reading blogs, according to a Pew Internet survey. A recent CNN/USAToday/Gallup poll echoes these stats: Only 26% of Americans say they are somewhat or very familiar with blogs. Thanks to Nate Dame for the pointer to the Gallup poll.