Voici des extraits d' un article à la une du "Times international" (livré ici avec le "Times of India") du lundi 31 juillet.
"Can't be elected prez without a blog"
"Already fames for angry labour strikes and philosophical debates in smoke filled cafes, the French have now brought these passions online to become some of the world's most intensive bloggers. The French disthinguish themselves both satistically and anectotally ahead of Germans, Britons et even Americans et their obsession with the personal and public journals of the Internet. 60 % of French Internet users visited a blog in may (Britain 40 %) (...).
"You cannot be elected president of France without a blog" said Benjamin Grivaux, director of Web strategy for Dominique Strauss-Kahn (...)"
French bloggers stand out in other measurables ways. They are noticeably longer, more critical, more negative, more egocentric and more provocative than their US counterparts (...)
le pire, c'est que je n'échappe pas à la rêgle!