Carl: Yo Ben, could ya come over here a sec? Me'n'Bob think we're onto something big.
Ben: Yeah? What's up, dudes?
Carl: Yeah well, it's like this. Know that seedy joint the Dems always use for their meetings, it's called Watergate? Well, we think the Republicans are bugging the place. Why, we don't know yet, but we have a source who left a tip as a comment on my blog. Doesn't want to be named.
Ben: Oh hey hey! That sounds promising. So when're you making a trip out there and check things out?
Bob: No need of that, boss, these days! C'mon, that stuff went out with the Palm Pilot! We do things differently now. The first thing we did was, we Googled "Watergate", and guess what? It didn't give us anything much. But we're fixing that fast. What we're doing is, we're mentioning "Republican" and "Watergate" and "bugging" on our blogs, and we're telling every other blogger we know to do the same, then we'll all link to each other's blogs like crazy. Pretty soon, when somebody Googles for Watergate, wham! The first hits they'll get will be ours, and they'll know that the Republicans bugged the place.
Ben: Hmm. But that doesn't prove anything.
Carl: Yeah yeah, but everyone will know the sneaky stuff they've been up to!
Ben: But what are you ... following a tip or insinuating stuff? Don't you think you should check out the tip you got?
Bob: Oh, we took care of that! He's got his own blog site, deep.throat.blogspot.com, and he says he'll post any more tips up there. Here, I'll show you ... here's his site. Pretty cool, huh?
Ben: Hey, I didn't know blogger.com gave you an underground parking lot template!
Bob: Naah, think he got that off some template archive site.
Ben: OK, but again, shouldn't you check out the hotel at least?
Carl: Already did that, boss!
Ben: But you haven't stepped out of here!
Carl: Who needs that? Here's the Wikipedia entry!
Ben: Boy oh boy! What's it you guys call yourselves?
Bob: Investigative journalists, boss. The best in the biz.