With the number of active bloggers hovering somewhere in the range of 100 million, there is no doubt about the success of blogging as a medium for disseminating information. And with the success of the medium come bragging rights for the person who started the phenomenon; but who was it?
Was the first blogger the irascible Dave Winer? The iconoclastic Jorn Barger? Or was the first blogger really Justin Hall, a Web diarist and online gaming expert whom The New York Times Magazine once called the “founding father of personal blogging”?
Join CNet as we journey into the history of blogs.