Posts with tag: blogging
The other Twitter-related post I’ve been wanting to write lately regards the correlation between the decline of “regular” blogging (which I’m now referring to as macroblogging), and microblogging (specifically, Twittering). Ask anyone with a blog that also spends time Twittering, and they’ll likely tell you that as their microblogging has gone up, their macroblogging has [...]
I’ve had innumerable conversations with friends and colleagues over the years who’ve somehow felt burned by name-your-publication; nowadays even non-celebrities can (and often do) live with a cloud over their head on the internet — and I think if there’s any one truism about the intersection of publicity and online media, it’s that the era [...]
We were at the “Bloggers who made it” panel at SXSW today, when a revelatory moment came up during Q&A. We all knew Doogie was a forerunner in the burgeoning field of children-doctors, but few remember that he was actually the first blogger way back in ’89. Seriously, way ahead of his time.