Blogger Goes Corporate Paid Members Public
Google is adding Blogger (amongst other things) to Google Apps [http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/05/more-google-applications-coming-for.html] . That’s going to be a significant sea change for corporate blogging.
Blogging: The New Public Sphere Paid Members Public
John Naughton, writing in The Observer [http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2009/sep/13/blogging-john-naughton-comment] on the 10th anniversary of Blogger [https://www.blogger.com/start]: > The long-term significance of Blogging is that it reverses a trend that had become increasingly worrying in an era dominated by mass media,
Why Access Is No Longer Journalists' Advantage Paid Members Public
I recently nicked this image off Lloyd’s blog [http://perfectpath.co.uk/2009/04/07/a-frame-figures-of-speech/] for a presentation to show just how much journalism is changing: One of the key advantages that many journalists cite to me that they have over bloggers is access – access to events, to
Blogger Down? Paid Members Public
Is it me, or is every Blogger-hosted blog I look at down right now? Update: Looks like all Blogger blogs were down for about an hour. That’s quite a chunk of the blogosphere that went AWOL. Poor show, Google.