Would Orwell have been a blogger?

From many points of view, the story of Anglo-American English from
1950, the year of [Orwell’s] early death, to 1991, the year Tim Berners-Lee
launched the worldwide web, is of a language going from strength to
strength in vitality and range. Not coincidentally, it was during these
Cold War years that the left-wing jargon that shaped the linguistic
landscape of 1946 swiftly became derelict. Who, in the online fever of
the new millennium, talks about ‘the class struggle’ or ‘the
dictatorship of the proletariat?’