So Darren Rowse of the Problogger fame created a blog devoted to twitter (Cthulu only knows why. But if it gets people to stop making blog posts on lists of people to follow and how to exploit it for cash and fame, then I say here here. ) and although the content seems well-written, it's not from him!
It's actually from guest posters. It seems that when you basically define blogging and how it should be done on your blog , you manage to get lines and lines of guest posters at your feet. Rowse decided to use this to his advantage...and profit!
Instead of stealing content from other blogs with parsing software, why not simply line up an army of guest posters? Find a topic that everyone can and wants to talk about (could be a challenge, but with the right market, anything is possible) and get a few bloggers to write some articles for you in exchange for backlinks.
Then, create a few (5-10) really informative posts on your own (this is the hard part for most ) and post them in succession, with a few guest posts in between. Once you've run out, and lined up enough guests, you can simply correct the grammar in the guest posts, and now you have auto-unique!-content for your new blog.
Insert ads - leave to run itself.
What do you think? Are some of you already doing this?