Just as Andy Warhol prophesied that everyone will be famous for 15 minutes, so it appears that in the 21st centurey everyone will have a blog.
Croeso, welcome to the blogosphere, Elfyn Llwyd, a man whose IT skils have previously been limited to asking staff to print out the "web-blogs" of others, someone more familiar with pigeon post than e-mails.
Plaid's parliamentary leader has started blogging as part of his campaign for the party's presidency, currently held by Dafydd Iwan.
The president used to be Plaid's head honcho. That role is now performed by its leader in the Welsh Assembly, Ieuan Wyn Jones.
So what does the president do? A colleague compared it to the role of club captain at a football club. This is the official job description: "The president is the leader of the voluntary wing of the party. He/she coordinates the various officers of the party and is a bridge (Pont Elfyn?) between elected members and the party membership."
Although it's great to welcome a new blogger to this strange form of communication, some of us will be disappointed to see that the new blog doesn't have an Elfynometer on the side to indicate the current political temperature and whether it is safe to approach the author.
It's either a slap in the face or a snub to cheeky bloggers everywhere.....