Posts Tagged blogging

Maybe Estate 4.1?

Posted 5 May 2009 by
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With much hubris, many New Media bloggers see their work replacing the product of traditional media. Some people feel nothing good came come of a blog. Is the truth in the middle? Is there a synergy with professionals and amateurs working together that gives us a sum that is greater than their individual parts? Poynter [...]

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I’m not the only one to notice the difference between “journalism” and “blog”

Posted 23 April 2009 by
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So I’m a little slow on discovering All Things Twittered. Today I’ve discovered the blog of Alex Payne, Al3x for short. Officially, Al3x is the API (application programing interface) lead at Twitter. I other words, he knows how to use information from Twitter in your web application. In the few of his blog posts of [...]

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How to become a famous blogger

Posted 17 March 2009 by
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I found this on the web. It seems appropriate enough. Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons.

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Obligatory first post

Posted 28 January 2009 by
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A few years ago, I was talking with a local Episcopal priest about Louis Crew. Rather than the usual subjects one could or would discuss about Lutibelle (his nom de drag), the discussion was about the quantity found on his website. This priest, whose identity I will protect, said something like, “There is nothing he [...]

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