Nicholas Carr over at Rough Type points to a recent Pew Study that found that most bloggers today are in their 30’s and very few of them are teens or young-adults.

I remember when it was kind of cool to be a blogger. You’d walk around with a swagger in your step, a twinkle in your eye. Now it’s just humiliating. Blogging has become like mahjong or needlepoint or clipping coupons out of Walgreens circulars: something old folks do while waiting to croak.