...is your blog on your c.v.?
Does the (academic) blog carry enough respect in the academic world to be thus enshrined?
Is blogging as dangerous to the potential graduate student as it was to the job-seeker, ca. 2005?
What about other online activities, such as organizing scholarly, semi-scholarly, or potentially scholarly efforts on flickr and other digital media?
Of course, one answer might be, "It depends on the blog".
(For easy reference, I link Bill Caraher's fundamental essay on the topic, 'Blogging Archaeology and the Archaeology of Blogging')