Blogging distorts, amplifies teens' shadowy interactions

01/12/2004 | NYTimes.com

A New York Times Magazine piece profiles an "invisible high school world" populated by teenage bloggers, who post running daily commentaries about their lives on the Web. Author Emily Nussbaum finds bloggers, who avidly read each others' chronicles, create their own worlds of conflict, isolationism and exhibitionism.

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