In a recent article in the BBC titled Looming pitfalls of work blogs …Increasingly, people are landing in hot water with employers over blogs about their work. A new term has emerged as a result. According to UrbanDictionary.com, to be “dooced” means “losing your job for something you wrote in your online blog, journal, website, […]
Study: Blogs Drawing Bigger Audience
AP has a story about the rise of weblogs in 2004 along with some fascinating statistics. Twenty-seven percent of online adults in the United States said in November they read blogs, compared with 17 percent in a February survey The article points out that the tsunami disaster will draw a lot more attention to blogs […]
From the Jan. 10, 2005 Issue of Fortune magazine. Why There’s No Escaping the Blog. Found via Scoble
The Fifth Annual Weblog Awards are open for voting until January 10th, 2005. The Bloggiesâ„¢ are a set of 30 publicly-chosen awards given to weblog writers and those related to weblogs. This is the fifth year for the Bloggies.
ABC News has named Bloggers their People of the Year. There are millions of blogs on the Internet – a new one is created every seven-and-a-half seconds. More than 10,000 new additions are added to the “blogosphere” each day. Some of the most compelling images of 2004 found their way to blogs first, from the […]
Nice article from Fortune magazine – Why There’s No Escaping the Blog.
Time Magazine article titled 10 Things We Learned About Blogs. Radio had its golden age in the 1930s. In the 1950s, it was television’s turn. Historians may well date the golden age of the blog from 2004-when Merriam-Webster.com’s most searched-for definition was blog. How long can it last? Who knows? Here’s what we discovered about […]
Blogbinders.com helps you turn your blog into a printed bound book. So far they don’t support WordPress which is crazy to me but I’m sure it’s coming.
Blogging The Microsoft Way I haven’t said much of anything yet about MSN Spaces, but it’s been amusing to watch the reaction to their lame attempt at censorship of blogs.