What we are reading in blogs is miscellaneous, as David Weinberger uses the term. We know it's a point of view that considers us all having varied viewpoints. We are not purporting to announce "one right answer", "my way or the highway" or "my expertise overrules all your clueless contradictions".This consideration of our context allows for the content we offer getting tagged in many different ways, linked inside of all kinds of postings and found via a vast variety of searches. By being considerate of this context for our content, what we say in our blogs enters into our collective wisdom. It's filed under miscellaneous and accessed by each person's reasons to consider it. We enrich each other's understanding by putting it out there. Instead of each of us getting it right from books, we are collectively getting it appreciated from outlooks.
This is a big change from offering inconsiderate content. Official truths, policies and categories are not offered for our consideration. There is no discussion that can alter the facts. The structure is provided for acceptance without question, adoption without whining, and adherence without critiques. "Rocks are hard; water is wet. Any questions?"This change to offering considerate content is deep. We are changing the premises for educating, employing and entertaining us. We are developing contexts for mutual benefit instead of delivering inconsiderate content.