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Paul Daugherty
Paul Daugherty has been an Enquirer sports columnist since 1994 and has been chronicling Cincinnati sports since 1988. He has covered almost every major sporting event in America, as well as five Summer Olympics. Along the way, he has been named one of the country's top-5 sports columnists four times, and Ohio columnist of the year on seven different occasions. Last year, he was voted 2nd-best sports columnist in the country, by the Associated Press Sports Editors.

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Blog changes

Starting later this week, this blog will be published in a new blog tool on our new Cincinnati.Com Web site. The blog focus isn’t changing, but it will have a lot of improvements.

When we move to the new blog, this one won’t go away just yet, but it will have a link to the home of the new blog. Eventually, any bookmarks and links to this blog will take you to the new one.

Once reporters start posting to the new blog, you’ll get a sneak peek at the new Web site before anyone else. A link will be posted here when that happens.

We’ll also be launching a couple of new sports blogs on the new Web site. One will be dedicated to sports in Kentucky – with University of Kentucky athletics and Kentucky Speedway as the focus - and the other will be a general sports blog written by the entire Sports staff that will offer off-beat news that doesn’t fit anywhere else and links from around the Internet to give a glimpse at what the rest of the world is saying about our local sports and athletes. We’ll provide links to those new blogs when they’re started.

One big change: On the new blogs, you’ll need to sign up for an account (it’s free) in order to post comments. Anonymous comments will no longer be permitted.


at 6:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

This will bring about a possibility that I didn't imagine could occur. Some of the blogs post comments very, very slowly. A case in point is the UC blog. Sometimes a whole day passes before comments are posted and sometimes two days. That is certainly ridiculous. All spontaneity and interaction is lost. Maybe that's the goal, but it makes it so boring. If you don't think that this is happening, simply watch it for a week or so.

Paul, does this now mean that comments will be posted instantly?

at 7:19 PM Blogger Tim Curtis said...

Comments will be posted immediately.

at 8:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul if I can't hide behind anonymous I won't post comments.

Robert Young

at 12:50 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul if I can't hide behind anonymous I won't post comments.

Donna Reed

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