Your challenge for today: what points about community was I trying to illustrate with this?
New video podcast about the social web, and interaction between social sites.
A blog service I really must experiment with.
I’ve always assumed that, by nature of being from niche B2B titles, our blogs were significantly less popular than those from national newspapers. And then I saw a story on journalism.co.uk reporting on The Times’ blogs and their traffic figures. Here’s the graph:
I feel much better now.
Another sign that blogging is in the mainstream now:
How corporate focus can stifle innovation.
This image is almost enough to make me miss full-time journalism. Almost.
Tough times at AOL’s blogs, by the look of it.
Yeah, and we’ve done it, too. But no-one cares about B2B.
This seems to be a change in direction for a blogosphere. Instead of bloggers trying to reach the elite on their own, they are now selling into bigger entities, bringing their audience and hoping to gain from being part of a larger whole.
Blimey. Use Facebook to sign in and comment on Movable Type blogs. Nice.