Posts from the ‘Blogosphere’ category

My Favourite Blogs in the Tyee

The Tyee recently started this project called Blog Roller. Each month they ask a BC blogger to write a short piece about five our their favourite…

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Death Threats and the Long Tail of Fame

I’ve been doing lots of reading about the death threats that Kathy Sierra received. It’s hard to avoid in the blogosphere this week, and rightfully so.…

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Death Threats in the Blogosphere

I don’t have all the facts straight yet (somebody ought to write a WikiNews or Now Public story about this), but marketing genius Kathy Sierra has…

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The Prehistory of the Weblog

Mark points to an interesting CNet article which investigates the question “who wrote the first blog?”: Barger, a programmer, futurist and James Joyce scholar, is not…

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Two Nice Looking Blog Designs

Today I stumbled upon (as opposed to StumbledUponâ„¢) two blog designs that I quite liked. Drivl is a humour blog that’s sometimes crassly funny (this Best…

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McLuhan, Trust and the RSS Subscription

I’ve been a long time reader of Alex’s blog at AlexandraSamuel.com. She only blogs occasionally, but her posts are worth the wait. I do all my…

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Know Any Calgary-Based Corporate or Industry Bloggers?

I just got a note from a colleague: A writer for a Calgary magazine is seeking information about Calgary bloggers. I know you’re not in Calgary,…

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The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll

I wish I’d written this essay, found via Beth. Emily Nussbaum has a smart, insightful article in New York magazine entitled “Say Everything”. It’s essentially about…

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