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In April last year, Jiji Press technology reporter Tsuruaki Yukawa felt as if he had enemies all around him.

Yukawa, 48, is one of a growing number of journalists and others in Japan who publish Weblogs, or blogs, which are frequently updated Web-based journals that combine text, images and links to other blogs, and can accept comments from anyone. His Japanese-language blog, titled “Yukawa Tsuruaki’s IT Choryu [trends]” has a unique place in Jiji, which has endorsed it as a journalistic experiment but doesn’t edit any of his entries. Yukawa himself is solely responsible for its editorial content.

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