Archive for the 'Blogger' Category

Figuring Out The Blogosphere

Sree Sreenivasan, the dean of students at Columbia Journalism School, gave a talk with the abovementioned title focusing on the current state of the blogosphere over the weekend. His talk was attended by local journalists, freelance writers, editors, and members of public relations agencies. What did he have to say? He basically highlighted the ease […]

Group Audio Blogging

How would you like to be able to use audio to annotate your blog posts? More than that, how would you like to be able to use group conversations on your blog posts? That is what Voicethread wants to happen with the introduction of the Group Audio Blogging, software designed for the very purpose of […]

Forgetablogit

Are you one of those who do realize the value of blogging but just cannot find the time and resources to maintain a full blog? How many times have you tried to start one up only to leave it alone due to other responsibilities? Well a full service marketing, public relations, and ghostwriting company might […]

Blogsense over Adsense

The problem with people when it comes to taking up blogging these days is the fact that they are after the figures and not the sense and the juice that is usually awaited by most people. While it is true that there are affordable search engine optimization practices by organizations such as the Los Angeles […]

Blog for Attention Over Money

Everyone in the world can create a blog but it takes the experts to know what to blog. Making good and optimizing blogs through affordable search engine optimzation are main attractions that bring in the people so that they can read any blog site and mark it as one of their main source for various […]

Hackers Attack Blogger.com

Google�s blogging site has been the victim of a wave of attacks from hackers recently. IT security company Fortinet carried out a study which showed that Blogger.com is vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks. Based on their research, they have discovered that hundreds of blog pages contain malicious scripts and that there were even cases of […]

Blogging For A Decade

Dave Winer has been blogging for 10 years. Though it may be hard for some to imagine that blogging has been around for that long, it is a fact. As such, this guy is considered to be one of the experts when it comes to blogging. His friend, Dan Farber � another veteran blogger � […]

Bloggers Still Using Forums To Interact

Blogging has taken the internet by storm. More and more blogs are cropping up each day. Most of the blogs cropping up though are lacking in creativity or even worse, substance. People who are serious about blogging though and are determined to write blogs that will be read by someone other than a little circle […]

Cardinal Goes Bloggy

Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley on Thursday became the first U.S. cardinal to launch a blog, coinciding with his 10-day trip to Rome. Cardinal O’Malley is planning to file items at least once a day during that trip, which began Thursday, and will consider making the blog permanent. O’Malley, who was named to head the Boston […]

Another blogger fired for blog post

A few posts ago, I reported the case of La Petite Anglaise, the France-based English secretary who was suspended from her job as a secretary because of her popular blog.Here is another case of a blogger who has lost her job because of what she has posted on the internet. The blogger, Christine Axsmith a […]