In an article by Olga Kharif called Blogging for Business:
"In fact, these blogs, which now account for a handful of the estimated 20,000 blogs on the Web, could eventually grab a lion's share of the Internet audience, says Chris Charron, an analyst with tech consultancy Forrester Research in Boston."
That's off by how many zeros? Three? Four? 2 million weblogs? 20 million? I mean, Technorati is tracking 3.5 million, and they don't have everything. Where did Kharif get the number? Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quick and reliable estimate.