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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Blogging Advice - It's Good for You

Just saw this article - Blogging -- It's Good for You. I've added that link to one of the most bookmarked pages on this site: Top Ten Reasons To Blog and Top Ten Not to Blog

Thanks to Donald Clark for pointing to this.

Reminder that Blogging and Social Networking Boosts Your Social Life.

Are we sure we don't want Mandatory Blogging?


Dave Ferguson said...

Are we sure we don't want mandatory blogging?

So much depends on whether one's the mandator or the mandatee.

As the noted social theorist Mel Brooks said, it's good to be the king.

Blogger In Middle-earth said...

What a hoot!

I've just pasted a link to this into a reply comment on my blog. Thanks for the links Tony.

Ka kite

Chalasmaras said...

lovely, thanks for sharing

V Yonkers said...

Personally, I don't get much out of blogging (actually writing the blog) except a written record of what I was thinking about before. I enjoy the connection of reading blogs and engaging in a dialog through the blog. This might be why the researchers cannot duplicate the process of what goes on in blogging: it is different for different people. Bloggers might have different uses and there might be other tools that might trigger the type of reflection that blogs do for others. That is why I think even using a blog for training or in classes should only be one tool as it might not connect for some like it does for others.

Social Network Web Design said...

Hey thanks for sharing! I enjoy reading blogs and the information I get from reading them.