Margo founded Webdiary for the Sydney Morning Herald in July 2000 and took it independent on August 22, 2005. She related her view of the saga in a lecture to the South Australian Governor's Leadership Forum  in February 2006.
Previous pieces on Webdiary's history and evolution include:
A. Webdiary's Ethics , 2003, published in Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2003)
B: Audio of lecture  at the University of WA on Webdiary's citizen journalism, March 17, 2005
C: We turned 5 today , July 4, 2005
D. Personal Opening statement  on the launch of the independent Webdiary, August 2005.
E. Margo Unplugged , an interview on Radio National's Media Report, September 2005
F. 'The future of Fair Dinkum Journalism ', written April 2005 for Barons to Bloggers: Confronting Media Power  (Melbourne University Press, 2005).
Archives of Webdiary can be found in the National Library of Australia's Pandora archive system at this address: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/tep/21852 . The Pandora Archive from August 2005  has the complete Fairfax-era site archive.