What's interesting is the amount of interest that it's getting. Two things are evident: 1) good content and ideas are easily accessed and distributed via the web and blogs and 2) the network effect of collaboration is so powerful with the blog computing and communication paradigm. This continues to prove the point of Benkler about the open source movement and how Coases penguin theory can be applied not only to development but also communications and collaboration.
This open source communication theory follows Benkler's thinking. Blogging is a phenomenon. Like many Tony Perkins and others are doing "open source media" is a reality. I've had the opportunity with posts like this to interface and virtually collaborate with many different people who I have never met. Contribution on my ideas are affirmed or challenged therefore enhanced by this dynamic.
Blogging evolution is the idea that involves thousands or even tens of thousands of individuals contributing to large and small scale ideas, or projects, where the central organizing principle is that the access remains free and most of the constraints are on the contributino of subject matter and personal credibility. No one "owns" the rights in the traditional sense of being able to command how it is used or developed, or to control its disposition.
The result is the emergence of a vibrant, innovative and productive collaboration, whose participants (in most cases) are not organized in firms and do not choose their projects in response to traditional ways but instead converge on common interests.
I see the blog platform and RSS in particular a lightning rod for accelerated change in communication, collaboration, and development. The Adam Bosworth post (like many others) is just another example of this effect.