... written by a single person is nothing but a single voice. It is only relevant in conversation with others.
In my Europe, we are all some kind of blogger. All we need to do is to relate to each other, to link our blogs and to start the conversations that may become one common conversation, one European conversation.
If we try to build a common European blogosphere, it is because we want to build a common European space - not one in which we all agree, just one in which we know what we are talking about.
But there need to be blog posts first. Blog posts that we can actually relate to. If we don't talk, we cannot have a conversation. If we don't have topics, we cannot argue about them.
In my Europe, we are all some kind of bloggers, and our individual blogs can be linked, either because we choose to link them or because they share common topics, natural links that we just need to discover.
A blog written by a single person may be nothing but a single voice, but my Europe is a continent with 800 million bloggers, 800 million voices that are part of a common blogosphere.
In my Europe, we just need to add the links.