Blogging Japanese Style
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Blogging Japanese Style

Japanese, not English, has become the dominant language of the blogosphere, according to Technorati. But unlike Americans, who often times blog to stand out, the Japanese blog to fit into society.Video: Ben de la Cruz & Nancy Donaldson/washingtonpost.comBlaine Harden & Akiko Yamamato-Kattoulas/The Washington Post

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