This blog, L.A. Observed is linked, along with your very own Phoblographer*, at Around the Capitol. I dig it (because I'm still forever in love with Los Angeles).
In this post (about some slate v. blog writer controversy), the following quotation caught my eye:
In blogging (or at least for this blog): "immediacy is more important than accuracy, and humor is more important than accuracy."
Immediacy is important in this race-to-break climate (which I don't see ever changing - you can't shorten the 24 hour news cycle, can you?). But playing fast and loose with accuracy . . . um . . . I think that's maybe not such a good idea.
But can you stop it? How can you enforce accuracy out here?