There’s been a lot of chat recently about whether blogging is dead, sparked by this article in Wired by Paul Boutin. It’s easy to scoff at the article, and the idea that blogging is dead is obviously nonsense. But I doubt the claim would have got so much attention if there wasn’t a bit of […]
Yesterday I looked at the dilemma facing a blogging job hunter (ie. me). Should I put my blog on my CV? Rhys Wynne and Rich Minx think that blogging gives you lots of skills that employers find desirable. The Devil’s Kitchen has added his thoughts here and asks if there are any more skills that […]
You might have noticed that I haven’t posted for a few days. I shouldn’t even have written that post about Celebrity Big Brother, but I couldn’t really stop myself. I didn’t proofread it properly which is why it came complete with a glaring error in the post title for five whole days. It’s been crazy […]
I signed up to Six Apart’s funny new blogging / social network service, Vox (thanks to Sarah for the invite!). Is it LiveJournal for grownups? Is it MySpace without the emo kids? We just don’t know. Here is my page on Vox. I’m not exactly sure that I’ll ever use it, given that I surely […]
LiveJournal grows up (for the wrong reasons).
This blog is now syndicated on LiveJournal. I think this means something. Thanks to MatGB for that!
I saw this headline on BBC News: “One blog created ‘every second’.” “Crikey,” was my first thought, followed by, “well, of course, most of them are probably forgotten about after a few days.” But then I read David Sifry’s report. It reveals that the majority of blogs are actually considered ‘active’. 55% of blogs have […]