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Saturday, April 23, 2005

The Age of Blogs

The Age of Blogs
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"How big are blogs? Try Johannes Gutenberg out for size. His printing press, unveiled in 1440, sparked a publishing boom and an information revolution. Some say it led to the Protestant Reformation and Western democracy."

"In a world chock-full of citizen publishers, we mainstream types control an ever-smaller chunk of human knowledge. Some of us will work to draw in more of what the bloggers know, vetting it, editing it, and packaging it into our closed productions. But here's betting that we also forge ahead in the open world. The measure of success in that world is not a finished product. The winners will be those who host the very best conversations."
Source: Business Week

Blogs Matter, and So Does Smart Online Advertising - AlwaysOn

Blog News -

Blogs - Europe:
Vive les Blogs! - Wired

The Blog Herald
BlogPulse Highlights

Jason Calacanis & Brian Alvey, Weblogs, Inc., blog
Nick Denton, Gawker Media
Hylton Jolliffe & Stowe Boyd, Corante
Torsten Jacobi, Creative Weblogging
Advertising, editorial lines blur as bloggers' salaries tied to traffic - OJR

Les Blogs

We the Media

Blog Glossary:

Rupert Murdoch

Special Report:
Abandoning the News - Carnegie Reporter

Bloggercon III - IT Conversations

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