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Why blog

Wed, 10 Oct 2007 04:13:37 +0000

Mike Driehorst (via Twitter): We all need acceptance and attention. Why else blog?



The PR blogosphere continues to grow | PR Blogs List update

Mon, 09 Apr 2007 04:40:02 +0000

Here’s the latest update of the PR and Communications Blogs List. As always, corrections and recommendations are welcome.   General information: The list has currently 674 feeds (previous update: October 22, 2006) About the list — description & FAQ Browse the list in Grazr (I’d recommend using this page as a reference, although the public ...

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PR Review : The effects of practitioner blog use on power in public relations

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 18:42:13 +0000

Available online (PDF) for a limited time (thank you, Kaye!): L.V. Porter, K.D. Sweetser Trammell, D. Chung and E. Kim, Blog power: Examining the effects of practitioner blog use on power in public relations, Public Relations Review 33 (2007), pp. 92-95. Abstract While blogs are not yet a standard public relations tool, practitioners use blogs ...

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What life is

Sun, 04 Feb 2007 05:24:49 +0000

Phil Gomes: I guess life is just that odd downtime between feeding frenzies in the blogosphere.



A small, personal (del.icio.us) milestone: 5000 and counting

Fri, 15 Dec 2006 00:54:09 +0000

My first del.icio.us bookmark: The future of Weblogging /The Register (posted on April 19, 2004) My 5000th bookmark: a comment made by Matt Cutts on how Google will treat paid links, in the context of the pay-per-post blogging brouhaha. My, how times have changed.



Use CC:world* responsibly

Sun, 10 Dec 2006 07:25:13 +0000

Phil Gomes (in a comment on Mike Driehorst’s blog): Here’s to a Web 2.0 world where people remember that the “Send” button, though older and less-cool, is sometimes more appropriate than “Publish.” (*) Doc Searls: I’ve said before that blogging is a way of sending emails that go “cc:world”.